Americans think President Obama does a little better abroad than here at home, according to a new Associated Press--GfK poll.
The survey found about 50 percent of Americans disapprove of how the president handles foreign policy. That compares to a 59 percent disapproval rating of his handling of domestic issues like the economy.
The new poll also found that many are skeptical about a tentative nuclear deal with Iran. Fifty-nine percent approved, 38 percent disapproved.
But doubts remain, 44 percent said they don't believe the agreement will stop Iran from seeking to build its own nuclear weapon.