8 percent of Turks have favorable opinion of ISIL, Pew poll shows

Eight percent of Turks who were interviewed for a recent poll by the Pew Research Center has said they have a favorable opinion of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) while a large majority of 73 percent expressed disdain of the radical group.
According to newly released data that the Pew Research Center collected in 11 countries with significant Muslim populations, people from Turkey to Jordan to Indonesia overwhelmingly expressed negative views of ISIL.
The survey showed 73 percent of Turks said they have an unfavorable opinion of ISIL while 19 percent offered no definite opinion of ISIL and eight percent expressed positive perception of the group. One percent of those who had a favorable opinion said they have and”very favorableand” opinion about the group.
The survey also showed that no country surveyed did more than 15 percent of the population show favorable attitudes toward ISIL. And in those countries with mixed religious and ethnic populations, negative views of ISIL cut across these lines.


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