The mass media reports that the coupists have used the Incirlik NATO base to refuel their F-16 jets have largely contributed to this conviction, he added.
Among the Turks' other bones of contention with the US is the exiled cleric Fetullah Gulen, who Ankara blames for the attempted coup and who currently resides in the US.
"We have held a similar opinion poll before the attempted overthrow and then the level of distrust towards the US as Turkey's strategic partner was less than 50 percent," Kulat said.
Right after July 15 it sharply jumped towards 80 percent and the recent poll revealed the increase up to 90 percent, he noted.
Besides the above, the negative attitude is also being fuelled up by a feeling of revenge for the US failure to topple the current country's leadership, he noted.
All the US claims of its noninvolvement in the events of July 15 are being ruled out as "political tactics" of the American leadership.
Moreover, this point of view is shared not only by the public but also by the political leaders as well, he said.
Kulat also noted that during his visit to Ankara earlier in August, US Vice President Joe Biden was greeted by a less representative delegation than in the years before.