Less than three-in-ten respondents in the three countries express respect for politicians.
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Respondents remain divided on whether launching the military effort in 2003 was the correct decision.
The Republican nominee remains ahead among male voters but his lead has dwindled; the Democrat increased his popularity among women.
Obama gets more voters to say they are likely to support him, but Romney sees his likeability improve with one-in-four clip watchers.
A majority of respondents in the United States believe God created human beings in their present form.
Most respondents believe private clubs should be allowed to dismiss membership applications based on citizenship.
Four-in-five respondents disagree with the Congressman’s recent comments about pregnancy and rape.
This month, the president is not the top choice for independent voters and his lead among women has dwindled.
More than seven-in-ten respondents believe the AR-15 semi-automatic rifle should only be used by the police and other authorized persons.
Most respondents agree with the way the U.S. Supreme Court dealt with the case pertaining to Arizona’s immigration legislation.