However, practically half of respondents in the three countries believe that a solution to the conflict will never be reached.
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A large proportion of respondents think that similar riots could break out again in Britain.
Half of respondents in the two North American countries think climate change is a fact and is caused by emissions—fewer Britons concur.
The approval rating for David Cameron remains stable, while both Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband lose points.
More than half of respondents think capital punishment would be a better approach to deal with convicted murderers than life imprisonment.
Younger respondents are more likely to call for new regulations in the country, while older Britons are not as welcoming.
Prime Minister David Cameron maintains the highest approval rating of the three main party leaders.
Only one third of respondents believe EU membership has been positive for the United Kingdom.
Practically four-in-five respondents believe we will never know the truth about the death of the Princess of Wales.
One-in-five Canadians and more than a third of Britons think the U.S. is less safe now than before the death of the al-Qaeda leader.