Yes, I know that public opinion surveys are often problematic even under the most favorable of circumstances. And conducting such polls in Muslim countries is even more so, considering the fact that Islamic states absolutely do not allow the freedom to answer poll questions openly, honestly or completely (even for supposedly "anonymous" polls).
Nevertheless, I think this one poll called "Transatlantic Trends" taken earlier this year by the US NGO German Marshall Fund may be on to something.
Note this key finding:
The survey’s most striking finding is the degree to which Turks now question their ties to the United States and Europe, and have warmed to Iran, their neighbor to the east.
Any one want to guess why the Turks are falling in love with Iran and not with their infidel "friends and neighbors"? Dare I say that maybe Islam has something to do with it? Oh no, I must be a Islamophobe for thinking that!
The remainder of this survey's findings can be found here.