Americans overwhelmingly oppose Obama's Iran nuclear agreement made by the John Kerry for the United States with other world powers in tow. The final tally is 2 to 1 against, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday.
By a 57-28 margin, voters reject the deal the White House has pushed on Congress the past few weeks. More problematic for the president is that 58 percent of Americans say they believe the deal would make the world less safe, compared to only 30 percent who say it will help. Read more on the next page.