Yes, and wait until crispr kicks in."In a comprehensive study of the Flynn Effect, Jakob Pietschnig and Martin Voracek looked at 271 independent samples comprising 3,987,892 participants covering a time span of 105 years (1909–2013).1
They find strong evidence to support the claim that IQ has been increasing substantially over time.2 The paper discusses several explanations for the observed increases, namely education, exposure to technology and nutrition. For the definitions of the different IQ measures presented in the chart click here."
While Idiocracy is both cleaver and intuitively plausible it turns out that in the real world biology is more robust and Idiocracy is a false hypothesis. People are not only getting smarter, the change is both measurable and rather large.