Few respondents in the three countries believe their respective prison systems are equipped to allow prisoners to re-enter society.
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Support for allowing illegal immigrants to eventually apply for citizenship has increased by eight points in two years.
Women continue to express a preference for Obama, but Romney edges the incumbent president among voters over the age of 55.
Respondents are more likely to call for the repeal of the new legislation than to wish for it to remain in place.
A majority of respondents want the UK Government to continue to be a global leader to solve international disputes.
Two thirds of respondents believe race played a role in the way the events unfolded in Florida.
Romney is slightly ahead of Santorum when paired against the president, while the gap grows in contests against Paul and Gingrich.
The idea of commuting a prison sentence, so that a convicted person does not have to spend time in jail, is rejected by a majority of respondents.
Three-in-five Americans continue to hold negative views on Congress.
Half of respondents think the proposed images would be effective in convincing smokers to quit.