Two thirds of respondents in the two countries describe the “war on drugs” as a failure.
Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka regarded as the country’s most notorious criminals.
The BC Conservatives drop to their lowest level in 18 months, with the approval rating for John Cummins still in the teens.
Only a third of respondents would vote “Yes” in a new referendum, while a majority would prefer to remain in Canada.
Two-in-five hockey fans in Canada are watching minor league games more often than before the lockout, and 31% have switched to NFL Football.
Most respondents think the incumbent American president has been “good” for their respective countries.
Most respondents rely on television, print newspapers and radio to make informed choices before an election.
The governing Liberal Party is a distant third to the leading Progressive Conservatives and the surging New Democrats.
Practically four-in-five respondents believe foreign governments should not be able to control resources on Canadian soil.
The disapproval rating for John Cummins increased by 11 points since September, as the governing BC Liberals bleed support to both main rivals.