70% of Iranians do not trust US in N-talks
An opinion poll indicates that 70 percent of Iranians do not trust the US to be bound to a nuclear deal with Iran.
Carried out by IRIB (Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting) and announced on Friday, a recent poll indicates that 73 percent of Iranians believe that in case a nuclear deal is not achieved, Iran should continue its uranium enrichment as before.
While 70 percent of participants believe that US would not remain committed to a possible nuclear deal, IRIB Director Mohammad Sarafraz said 75 percent of Iranian people believe if the talks fail, the US would be responsible due to its excessive demands.
Meanwhile, 70 percent of those surveyed said if the talks fail, Iran should stop imports from hostile countries as a punishment.