Few respondents in the three countries believe their respective prison systems are equipped to allow prisoners to re-enter society.
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The approval rating for both David Cameron and Nick Clegg has fallen significantly since the start of 2012.
By a 4-to-1 margin, respondents are more likely to expect a decline in economic conditions than an improvement.
Three-in-five respondents regard the United States as “an ally” and rate bilateral relations as “very good” or “good.”
Respondents are evenly divided on whether launching the military operation was the right course of action.
Almost half of respondents—and three-in-five women—believe the current time limit of 24 weeks to terminate a pregnancy should be reduced.
In Canada, three-in-five respondents want same-sex marriage to continue to be legal.
The Prime Minister is viewed unfavourably by half of Londoners and three-in-four Scots.
Most respondents think the current situation in the Falkland Islands will not lead to a new war.
Less than one-in-five Britons think the Loch Ness Monster is real—but one quarter of Scots do.