Respondents identify bureaucracy, poor management and long waiting times as the biggest problems with health care in the province.
Less than three-in-ten respondents express “complete confidence” or “a lot of confidence” in the RCMP.
Just one third of respondents approve of David Cameron’s performance; lower ratings for Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg.
Three-in-five respondents believe it is time for a different party to form the government in Victoria.
Only one-in-four respondents believe the provincial government’s most recent budget projections are credible.
Five of the nine premiers included in the survey have a disapproval rating of more than 60 per cent.
With the proper privacy safeguards in place most Canadians support their personal data being used to improve the health care system.
Two-in-five respondents believe that, down the road, the province will have no choice but to adopt a harmonized sales tax.
Seven-in-ten respondents would double the current fine for hand-held cell phone use by drivers, and would seize the phone of repeat offenders.
More than two-in-five respondents continue to voice support for repealing the health care legislation signed by President Obama in 2010.