Montana Voter Attitudes about Iran Nuclear Deal


September 10, 2015

Results of our recent statewide survey of Montana voters show that by a nearly 3:1 margin, Montanans oppose the “recent nuclear deal between the United States and Iran.” Today, only 23% are in favor, while 60% oppose the deal. Further, opposition has deep intensity, as 52% say they “strongly” oppose the deal, compared to only 14% who “strongly” favor the deal.

Republicans widely oppose the recent nuclear deal between the U.S. and Iran, and 68% of Independents are also in opposition. Democrats are among the only demographic subgroup (along with self-described Liberals) to support the deal today.

 U.S. and Iran Nuclear Deal

“Do you favor or oppose the recent nuclear deal between the United States and Iran?” recent nuclear deal between the United States and Iran

 

Methodology: The results in this memo come from a Moore Information telephone survey conducted August 25-26, 2015. A total of 500 telephone interviews were conducted among a representative sample of voters in Montana. Interviews were conducted using live interviewers and included landline and cell phones. The sampling error is plus or minus 4% at the 95% confidence level.

 

 

 

 

 


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