The approval rating for Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg hit an all-time low of 19 per cent.
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Most respondents believe membership has been negative for the UK, and almost half would vote to remove the country from the continental group.
The proportion of respondents who say the NHS works well and only needs minor changes increased by six points since October 2011.
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.
Australians are also the most likely to say that results depend on the performance of athletes, and not government or sports authorities.
Favourable views on the reigning monarch and other members of the royal family have increased since January.
Most believe Tony Blair and David Cameron traded government policy in return for favourable coverage from a specific media outlet.
Despite some welcome changes, there are two issues that have not been addressed fully.
While a majority of Canadians say that climate change is a fact and is caused by emissions, only two-in-five Americans and Britons concur.