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Iran trend: Attack, diplomacy or no attack?  The full table

by Shmuel Rosner

April 1, 2012 | 12:50 pm

QuestionPollDateAttackDiplomacyNo Attack
Do you think it’s a better idea to attack Iran soon, ‎before its nuclear program progresses any further, even if that means not waiting to see if ‎economic sanctions work; or a better idea to see first if economic sanctions against Iran ‎work, even if that allows more time for its nuclear program to progress?ABC ‎News/Washington Post PollMarch 7-10, ‎‎201226644
If Iran continues with its ‎nuclear research and is close to developing a nuclear weapon, which ONE statement best ‎describes what you think? The U.S. should take direct military action to destroy Iran’s ability ‎to make a nuclear weapon. The U.S. should take no direct military action to destroy Iran’s ‎ability to make a nuclear weapon but should support Israel if it takes military action The ‎U.S. should take stronger diplomatic and economic action to put pressure on Iran but ‎should take no military action. The U.S. should take no action unless Iran attacks the U.S. or ‎its allies.CNN/ORC PollFeb. 10-13, ‎‎2012176022
“What do you think the ‎United States should do to get Iran to shut down its nuclear program: take military action ‎against Iran now, use economic and diplomatic efforts but not take military action right ‎now, or take no action against Iran at this time?CNN/ORC Poll Nov. ‎‎2011166517
“Thinking about Iran, which ‎comes closer to your opinion? Iran is a threat to the United States that requires military ‎action now. Iran is a threat that can be contained with diplomacy now. OR, Iran is not a ‎threat to the United States at this time.”CBS News PollNov ‎‎2011155517
“What do you think the ‎United States should do to get Iran to shut down its nuclear program: take military action ‎against Iran now, use economic and diplomatic efforts but not take military action right ‎now, or take no action against Iran at this time?CNN-ORCFeb ‎‎2010233639

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