Most Americans support President Barack Obama's initiative to lead the fight against the ISIS terrorists, but doubt that US will accomplish its mission. The poll conducted by NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Annenberg after Obama's speech on the matter on Wednesday showed that almost 70 percent have little or "just some" confidence that the US-led coalition will dwarf ISIS in the region. Only 22 percent oppose US involvement. The new poll also highlights low diplomacy maneuvering on behalf of Washington with only 38 percent of voters approving Obama's job in handling foreign policy.