I've seen a couple of questions connected to whether the Paris attacks have affected attitudes towards Muslims. From Academia.SE, there's Will ISIS attacks hurt my PhD application as a Muslim and on Travel.SE there's Are [visas] for France stopped presently for Muslims?
My assumption was that the Paris attacks wouldn't change attitudes, because those who would have had a negative attitude because of Paris would have already had a negative attitude based on other incidents that have received widespread media coverage. I guess it could strengthen existing attitudes, though.
The only thing that I could see being different about Paris is that it was a large-scale incident in a developed (and majority-caucasian) country that isn't wracked by war and isn't perceived (rightly or wrongly) as being as much of a military hegemon as other some countries.
Recently, there have been some rather hostile statements about Muslims made, such as David Bowers' approving reference to the internment of Japanese in WWII, but I assume they were triggered by the large-scale refugee exodus happening at the moment.
Have attitudes towards Muslims changed as a result of the 2015 Paris attacks?