Fifty-eight percent of Israelis say they think Israel's interests were undermined by the deal the U.S. signed with Iran in Geneva Sunday, according to a poll conducted for the Israel Hayom
newspaper published in Tel Aviv.
Just over 76 percent of 500 Israelis quickly surveyed Sunday following the news of the agreement believe Iran will continue to pursue its nuclear weapons program.
Respondents were divided over what Israel alone could do about Iran. Forty-six percent supported a unilateral Israeli military strike, while 38 percent were against, and 16 percent undecided.
The poll, conducted by New Wave Research Polling, found that Israelis generally backed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's handling of the Iranian issue by a margin of 55 percent to 31 percent.
The poll was conducted for Israel Hayom by New Wave Research Polling and has a margin of error of 4.4 percent.
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