That's the percentage of Americans polled who believe that, under some circumstances, the U.S. should bomb Iran, according to the Pew Research Center, which asked members of the general public and member of the Council on Foreign Relations about their views on foreign policy:

Divided over Military Action: Among the public, 63% approve of the use of U.S. military force against Iran if it were certain that Iran had produced a nuclear weapon; just 33% of CFR members agree. But a greater percentage of CFR members (63%) than the public (51%) favors using U.S. military force if extremists were poised to take over Pakistan.

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