I'm a pro revolution Iranian living in the USA.
My parents moved to the USA in 1975 (when I was 5 years old), and they stayed because they opposed the revolution that occurred a few years later.
The majority of Iranians here in the USA are anti-revolution. Most do not support the xShah or his rat son. The majority of Iranians here are pro-themselves.
They are hedonistic and debauched and materialistic and shallow and racist (in a arrogant way, not an angry way).
I've only seen 1 or 2 Iranian Jews in the USA, that I remember.
There are a few Bahai and a few weird Sufi types.
I used to know some pro revolution Iranians, and I used to go to dua Kumail with them, but they were very few, and I don't see them anymore.
So, I would say that pro revolution Iranians in the USA are rare.
Even in a Shia masjit / Huseiniya, the majority are Pakistani or from some other country, not from Iran.
(That's how I learned to like Pakistani food.)
As for me, I am not a patriotic or nationalist Iranian.
I support the revolution because of Islamic feelings, not for nationalist feelings.
My role model of an ideal Iranian is not Cyrus. It is Salman Farsi.