Requested in regards to the penalties of the drone strike on Soleimani, 52 % stated it made the United States much less secure, 25 % stated extra secure, 22 % stated it didn't have any impact, whereas 1 % didn't reply.
The measure is a special type of resolution that doesn't get the president's signature, and the two parties disagree over whether it would have the force of law.
But in a response, the State Department said that representatives in Baghdad would not focus on pulling out US troops.
In remarks to Fox News on Sunday, Pompeo said Trump had not threatened to target Iranian cultural sites. Along from Soleimani, O'Brien's memo proposed targeting Abdul Reza Shahlai, a Quds Force commander near Sana'a, Yemen.
Also killed in the strike on Soleimani's convoy was the influential Iraqi leader of an Iran-backed militia, known as Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.
The deal has been unraveling since Trump pulled the United States out from it in 2018.
On Sunday, Iran further distanced itself from the deal, saying it would continue to cooperate with the United Nations nuclear watchdog but would respect no limits to its uranium enrichment work. Some Republicans also criticized the briefing.
"At this time, any delegation sent to Iraq would be dedicated to discussing how to best recommit to our strategic partnership - not to discuss troop withdrawal, but our right, appropriate force posture in the Middle East", State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus said in a statement.
Civil rights groups and lawmakers have been demanding information following reports that dozens of Iranian-Americans were detained for up to 11 hours at the border crossing in Blaine, Wash.
Trump administration officials will provide a classified briefing for US senators on Wednesday on events in Iraq after some lawmakers accused the White House of risking a broad conflict without a strategy. Reuters has reported that some 1,500 people were killed in the resulting crackdown ordered by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the bloodiest since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
One Sunni member of parliament told Reuters that both groups feared that kicking out us -led forces would leave Iraq vulnerable to insurgents, undermine security and heighten the power of Iranian-backed Shi'ite militias.
Although the two sides seem to have stepped back from the brink of armed conflict, Trump vowed on Wednesday to impose the additional sanctions. "We reject Iran, we reject the USA, none of these people speak for us", said Zahraa, 21, a student, as she pinned a message to a small stand.
Trump indicated he would not respond militarily after no one was harmed in Iran's missile strike.
Trump authorized the January 2 targeted killing of Soleimani after the death of an American contractor in Iraq.
Fears that the United States and Iran were bracing for war in the Middle East flared over the past week after a US drone strike killed Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani, spurring Iran's retaliatory strike on the USA bases in Iraq.
Democrats say that by not disclosing those details, Trump is asking the American public to trust the very intelligence reports he has often disparaged.