Tehran, Feb 5, IRNA-Some 85.4 percent of Iranian citizens believe the best choice for Iran's nuclear case under present circumstances is continuation of nuclear activities, according the results of the latest opinion poll.
The polling, conducted by Iranian Students Polling Agency (ISPA), indicates that only 12.7 percent of those polled called for Iran to show flexibility.
The poll, conducted from January 29-30, involved 1,019 samples aged above 18.
Some 74.3 percent of the citizens also called for expansion of nuclear technology even in case of referral of Iran's nuclear case to the UN Security Council.
Asked to what extent they considered the need for access to nuclear technology, the poll results showed more than 80 percent considering the need for access to nuclear energy as much and too much while only four percent considered it as less important.
Some 70 percent of the citizens also viewed the attitude of European states towards Iran's nuclear case 'illogical'.
Furthermore, 38.1 percent of the people were 'much' or 'very much' interested in following up the nuclear energy related reports, while 23.5 percent were 'little' and 'very little' interested in doing so.
Some 28.1 percent were willing to follow the case at an average level.
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