The Al Jazeera poll referenced does not ask about the voter's country (I just voted!), and is an online poll, so... not meaningful. (Note that I just voted. Vote for yourself and all your friends at http://www.aljazeera.net/votes/pages?voteid=5270 )
It doesn't include Saudi Arabia, likely because getting meaningful polling results in such an oppressive state is very difficult, but I doubt that Saudi Arabia would be such an outlier as to have the "75-80% support for ISIS" as was claimed.
I love that the CBC article comes right out and acknowledges -- in the second paragraph no less -- that people will find a workaround for region-blocking:
After what seems like light-years of griping about the fact that Netflix users get more (and sometimes better) titles in the U.S., Canadians will soon have exclusive access to something our American friends might actually install a VPN for: Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
When the camera focuses in on the phone to show off its analysis of the food being scanned, the phone’s clock is clearly on display. The first result is from 1:30 p.m., but in the next shot it’s 1:21 p.m., 1:22 p.m. and 1:23 p.m, before jumping back in time again to 1:15 p.m., 1:18 p.m. and 1:19 p.m.
I don't see why everyone keeps going on about the impossibility of TellSpec's food scanner technology when the big story is that they've invented a time machine.