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Americans Not Confident The U.S. Can Stop Iran From Getting Nuclear Weapons

Americans' views as nuclear talks near conclusion.

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Editor's note: tippinsights gratefully acknowledges its collaboration with the Center for Security Policy on the simultaneous and exclusive release of this important story.

As the final stages of the Vienna negotiations approach, the revival of the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is almost certain. Americans are growing concerned with its potential implications. According to a new CSP/TIPP poll conducted in early March, nearly one in two respondents (47 percent) are not confident that the U.S. will be able to stop Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. Thirty-eight percent are confident.

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