A majority of respondents in the United States believe God created human beings in their present form.
Supporters of either party are clearly convinced about the messages targeting their rival, but Liberals and Greens side with the NDP on Harper.
Most respondents in the country and the province believe that a victory for the Parti Québécois would simply mean a change of government.
Adrian Dix extends his lead on the Best Premier question, and maintains a higher approval rating than the other three provincial party leaders.
More than a third of respondents completely oppose the project, but half could change their mind on economic and environmental considerations.
Respondents in the United States are more likely to question whether doctor-assisted suicide should be permitted at all.
Australians and Canadians are also feeling more positive about their current domestic economic conditions than Americans and Britons.
Bad driving habits, such as cutting into a lane without signalling and tailgating, are seemingly more prevalent in British Columbia and Alberta.
Australians are also the most likely to say that results depend on the performance of athletes, and not government or sports authorities.
People in Toronto and Montreal are more critical of their municipal governments, but laud diversity and culture respectively.