Voters in the key swing states of Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania oppose the Iran nuclear deal, according to a new poll released this morning by Quinnipiac. Majorities in each state said the deal would make the world less safe. More from Politico:
Florida voters opposed the nuclear deal 61 percent to 25 percent, while 61 percent to 27 percent said it would make the world less safe. In Ohio, 58 percent opposed the deal, compared with 24 percent who support it. Additionally, 56 percent to 26 percent think the deal would lead to a less safe world.
Among Pennsylvania voters, 61 percent opposed the agreement, while 26 percent supported it, while 60 percent to 27 percent said the agreement would make the world less safe.