In Arnaud de Borchgrave's new piece for UPI, he examines the results of Zogby Research Services' newest Iran Poll. He focuses on the public's strong approval of the country's nuclear program, discussing Iran's history of watching a nearby nations--such as Russia and Israel--go nuclear.
In his latest piece for the Huffington Post, Dr. James Zogby discusses the results of the latest Zogby Research Services poll. The poll surveyed adult Iranians about their attitudes toward the country's newly-elected government, its nuclear program, and its regional foreign policy.
Talk Radio News Service has released audio clips from today's panel on Zogby Research Services' new Iran poll. Dr. James Zogby, president of the Arab American Institute, and Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council, talk about the results of the poll, which surveyed Iranians during August and September, 2013.
Additional clips can be found at TRNS.
First presented by ZRS (Zogby Research Services) at the 2013 Sir Bani Yas Forum, this poll represents the third nationwide survey of Iranian public opinion since Hassan Rouhani took office as president of Iran.
On August 3, 2013, Hassan Rouhani took office as president of Iran. Shortly thereafter, from August 26 to September 22, 2013, we surveyed 1,205 adults across Iran in an effort to better understand the Iranian public’s attitude toward their newly elected president—and how the views of those who supported Rouhani differ from those who opposed his election. We also wanted to learn: how Iranians rank their political priorities; their confidence in the Rouhani government’s commitment to addressing these priorities; their attitudes toward Iran’s foreign policy in the Arab World; and how they view their country’s nuclear program.