WASHINGTON–the majority of the citizens of the United States MICOM: support us military action against Iran if there is evidence that Tehran was developing nuclear weapons. Support is even increase if those actions cause gasoline prices higher, according to the survey conducted with Reuters/Ipsos.
In a survey conducted Tuesday (13/3), showed 56 percent of Americans would support us military action against Iran if there is evidence of its nuclear weapons program in the country. While thirty-nine percent opposed a military attack.
Asked whether they would support us military action if it leads could trigger a rise in gasoline prices to be higher, 53 percent of Americans said they would support, while 42 percent said they would not support such attacks.
In addition, in a poll that also shows that 62 percent of Americans would support military action against Israel take Iran for the same reason.
Before President Barack Obama has said all options are on the table (the negotiations) in dealing with Iran’s nuclear program. While Iran repeatedly has said that its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes and in no mood to make nuclear weapons.(Ant/PJ/X-12)