In Canada, three-in-five respondents want same-sex marriage to continue to be legal.
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Mitt Romney is often blamed for failing to close the deal. The primary system is also responsible for this problem.
A majority of Americans continue to hold positive views on current first lady Michelle Obama.
Less than one-in-five Britons think the Loch Ness Monster is real—but one quarter of Scots do.
Most Americans want the U.S. to prove conclusively that Iran is attempting to develop nuclear weapons before considering a military option.
Respondents are divided on whether women should continue to be banned from serving directly in combat roles.
Mitt Romney drops in contest against incumbent president, who keeps double-digit leads over Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich.
Republicans are more likely to regard nuclear energy as a great carbon-free alternative, but Democrats and Independents are not as convinced.
Congress continues to post a considerably lower rating, getting a positive review from less than one-in-five Americans.
A third of respondents want the island to remain a U.S. territory, but one-in-five Americans would like to see it become the 51st state.