WASHINGTON, Sept. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- One America News Network, "OAN," a credible source for 24/7 national and international news, released today its most recent national poll results on the Iran agreement. The national poll shows that the Iran deal is not supported by the American people. The random national survey asked 2,013 registered voters, "Would you like your elected officials to vote for or against the Iran agreement?" Only 31 percent of registered voters wanted their elected officials to vote for the agreement with 49 percent, an 18 point spread, against the deal. Twenty percent of voters remain unsure. The poll demonstrates that President Obama and Congressional Democrats are out of step with the American people.
Religious affiliation played a role in the results. Only 15.4 percent of self-identified Evangelical Christians were in favor of the agreement, followed by Jewish voters at 30.6 percent. Catholics came in at 37.2 percent in favor of the deal with "other" coming in at 43.7 percent. Only Muslim voters surpassed a majority in favor of the agreement with 76.9%.
According to Robert Herring, Sr., CEO of One America News Network, "The poll results speak loudly on the sentiment of the American people. With the President spending several weeks advocating the benefits of the agreement, and congressional debate still in front of us, it will be interesting to see how the spread changes over the coming weeks. There may be a price to be paid in the upcoming 2016 election for those voting against the American people."
The poll, conducted on behalf of One America News Network by Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, sampled a random survey of 2,013 registered voters across the U.S. The poll has a margin of error of + 2. The poll was conducted using IVR technology and weighted by anticipated voting demographics.
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Stephanie Gonzalez – Affiliate Relations
Herring Networks, Inc.
SOURCE One America News Network