I've understood for a long time that the United States seemed to be more supportive of Muslims and Islam in comparison to Europe, particularly among youth and more educated people, by comparing the views of Europeans with the viewpoints of American media.
But I've managed to also come across some polling data and journalism (from a media that's predominantly too sensitive about racial topics to address the issue) that support the theory that Islamophobia is more present in Europe.
The CSM explains that minorities in Europe are increasingly voting for far-right parties, including LGBT, Hindus, and Jews. This collaborates with my personal experience of discussions with other homosexuals and other Hindus.
The United Kingdom's Royal Institute also released polling data that visualizes a continent of people who are not opposed to any measures thoroughly banning migration from Muslim countries; interestingly, this is supported regardless of age or education level.
And I think there's also sufficient evidence to suggest that second generation migrants from Muslim countries also don't fare well in terms of popular opinion, regardless of age or education level, such as Yougov's polling for opinions on the British Pakistani Community.