(CNN) – Ten years ago only one-quarter of Americans reported having a favorable view of Muslim countries. According to a new CNN/ORC International poll released Tuesday, that number hasn't changed.
When asked about their opinion of Muslim countries, a plurality of Americans-42 percent-said they have an unfavorable view. One quarter had a favorable opinion and 32 percent didn't have strong feelings one way or the other.
In March 2002, six months after 9/11, attitudes were virtually the same. Back then, 24 percent said they had a favorable opinion of Muslim countries and 41 percent said they had an unfavorable view.
The poll also reveals a partisan split on attitudes toward Muslim countries. Roughly 6 in 10 Republicans said they have an unfavorable opinion and one-quarter of Democrats said the same.
The CNN/ORC International poll was conducted among 1,017 adults nationwide by telephone from August 24-25. It has an overall sampling error of plus-or-minus three percentage points.
–CNN's Rebecca Stewart contributed to this report.