A: Unlikely, for four reasons.
1) Afghanistan lost 2412 civilians out of a 28 million person population. While this number is unfortunate, the per capita rate of 9/100K in Afghanistan pales in comparison to Iraq's 101/100K.
2) Afghanistan has a warrior culture. I have talked to several veterans from Afghanistan and they all remarked at how resilient the Afghan population is. Afghan men fight bravely against any and all tribal threats. The Afghan population has a much deeper sense of self sacrifice in the name of their tribe. Deaths resulting from IEDs and suicide bombers are another matter and will be discussed in a subsequent paragraph.
3) The majority of Afghanistan's population is separated through lack of media capabilities. Most homes in Iraq have satellite dishes, where as this is not the case in Afghanistan. If five Afghans are killed by an IED in the Helmand province, do any villagers in the Konar province even hear about it?
4) Afghanistan's Tribal fabric does not lend itself to a national unity. This means that losses in civilian life outside of one's village and tribe may not have the same effect it does in a place like Iraq.
There are a few things the ISAF leaders can do. First is to streamline the IO product creation and distribution process. Company Commanders need to be able to capitalize on local civilian deaths. The Afghan people will see a suicide bombing in a crowded market as a senseless loss of life. Companies can capitalize on this senseless loss of life by rapidly producing IO messages highlighting Taliban blunders. This should be in the form of flyers and also broad casted over radios on the same day that the deaths occurred. Next, we need to conduct analysis on civilian deaths by province and tribe to identify what tribes should receive more attention, through security measures and civil affairs projects. Heavily effected civilian populations are ripe for COIN successes in the form of IO and CA projects. We won't see the same scope of civilian losses resulting from AQI's blunder in Iraq; however, we can captitalize on the Taliban's tactical blunders through increased security, IO messages, and CA projects.