Key swing-state voters oppose Iran ‘deal’ by more than 2 to 1

Key swing-state voters oppose Iran ‘deal’ by more than 2 to 1

Voters in the key swing states of Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania oppose the nuclear agreement with Iran by margins exceeding 2-1.

Quinnipiac University poll released Monday indicated that 61 percent of voters in Florida disapprove of the deal, while 58 percent and 61 percent do so in Ohio and Pennsylvania, respectively. Nearly identical shares of voters in each state believe that the deal would make the world less safe.

These swing state voters are also united in their desire not to have four more years of President Barack Obama, opposing an Obama third term by margins of about 3-1. The president has significant negative approval ratings in all three states.

Indeed, 65 percent of Americans nationwide would not vote for Obama if he were allowed to run for a third term, according to polling earlier this month. The president’s job approval rating has waned following his announcement regarding the finalized Iran nuclear deal in July.

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Since 1960, no presidential candidate has advanced to the White House without at least winning two out of three states of Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

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