ISIS is reportedly seeing a steady decline in its support from younger Arab men and women in the past two years. A new poll shows that an overwhelming number of Arab teens and young adults oppose the terrorist group, with 80 percent ruling out any possibility of supporting the Islamic State even if it were to renounce its brutal tactics. The poll—which was conducted through face-to-face interviews with 3,500 respondents ages 18 to 24—revealed that young Arabs are increasingly fearful of the group while simultaneously less swayed by its propaganda. More than 50 percent the participants ranked the Islamic State as the forefront problem facing the Middle East. You can read more about it here.