New Poll Shows 5 Percent of Voters View ISIS Favorably

Alex Pfeiffer White House Correspondent
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A survey released Friday by Public Policy Polling shows that 5 percent of American voter’s view ISIS favorably.

The poll was conducted between June 11th and June 14th and 1,129 voters were surveyed nationally, with a margin of error of 2.9 percent. Congress and Justin Bieber were among other topics polled.

When asked about ISIS, 5 percent of voters had a favorable view of the terrorist organization. Of the people who considered their ideology “very liberal,” 15 percent of them considered ISIS favorable.

12 percent of voters found Congress favorable, with only Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, and ISIS ranking lower. Chris Brown and Justin Bieber both have ten percent favorability, meaning Congress is within the margin of error.

Voters are also unsure of their opinion on current legislation. The USA Freedom Act has 61 percent of voters unsure of the legislation, while the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has 53 percent respectively.