While Sen. Charles E. Schumer was out of step with most of his party in opposing the Iran nuclear deal, the New York Democrat was in lock step with a majority of his voters, according a new Quinnipiac University poll.
The poll , released Tuesday, shows that 59 percent of New York voters oppose the Iran deal, with 57 percent believing it'll make the world less safe. The poll also shows that 54 percent of New York voters approve of the job he's doing in Congress, to just 32 percent opposed. “The poll shows Senator Schumer is in a very strong position across the state," Schumer spokesman Matt House said in a statement. "Senator Schumer remains focused on doing his job: working hard and delivering results for New Yorkers.”