Poll Shows How Many Syrian “Refugees” Support ISIS
The mainstream media wants us to think that refugees from Syria are all trying to flee the Islamic State group and have no truck with the violent extremist organization. However, a shocking new poll by a Qatari organization shows that over one in eight respondents among Syrian refugees had a “favorable” view of the terror group.
The poll, conducted by the Doha-based Arab Opinion Index team, an arm of the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies, showed that 13 percent of Syrian refugees had a favorable view of the Islamic State group.
In addition, 4 percent said they had a “very favorable” view of the terrorist organization.
That may seem like a small number — until you realize that the United Nations Refugee Agency has registered 4.28 million Syrian refugees.
The poll had a margin of error of 4 percent. However, a quick bit of math shows that 557,000 refugees would have a favorable opinion of the Islamic State group, with an additional 170,000 having a very positive opinion of the group.
How many people carried out the Paris attacks that killed over 100 people? We don’t know the total number, but it certainly took a lot less people than 557,000.