A Morning Consult survey has found that while eight percent of Americans still believe the radical conspiracy theory is “very accurate” and a further 10 percent consider its claims “somewhat accurate,” this 18 percent figure is a six-point drop from a similar poll in October.

The survey notes that 14 percent of adults said the same thing in a poll conducted between January 8-11—shortly after the deadly attack on the Capitol by a mob that included QAnon supporters.

Trust in the widely debunked conspiracy listed as a domestic terrorist threat by the FBI is also dropping among Republicans. According to the survey, 24 percent of GOP voters who have heard of QAnon say its claims are at least somewhat accurate—a 14-point drop from October.