New Pew Research shows that one year after Osama bin Laden's death, large majorities of Muslims in Egypt, Jordan, Pakistan, Turkey and Lebanon view Al Qaeda negatively.
Here's a key chart from the report:
Worth noting is the Egypt's (relatively) high favorable score, which might give some pause what with the country's upcoming election.
The report also notes Osama bin Laden's falling popularity in the Muslim world before his death:
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