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What do you think of the turmoil in Iran?
The results are in.
June 28, 2009 11:27 by Dana El Baltaji
Eight percent of Kipp’s respondents, however, feel the Iranians are overreacting, claiming the “the elections were rigged,” while 9 percent felt the elections were rigged, “but who cares.”
Meanwhile, 17 percent believe the protests are part of a “ploy by the US to cause unrest in Iran.” It’s a sentiment echoed by the Iranian president.
Ahmadinejad accused US President Barack Obama of meddling in Iran’s affairs on Friday, asking “Why did he interfere and comment in a way that disregards convention and courtesy?”
“It is enough,” Ahmadinejad added. “Do not disgrace yourself further by such language and behavior.”
And while Presidents Obama and Ahmadinejad accuse each other of ‘unjust’ criticism, and Iran’s political future remains in doubt, 1 percent of our respondents asked “what turmoil?”
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