Practically half of Quebecers would like all legislation to be reviewed and authorized by the House of Commons.
Supporters of all three main political parties support enacting legislation that would allow doctors to help some terminally ill patients end their lives.
Four-in-five respondents are concerned about corruption in Quebec, and half believe policy reforms are needed to deal with a systemic failing.
Most respondents trust the NHS, but call for criminal charges to deal with employees who fail to speak out about poor patient care in hospitals.
Most respondents believe a simple majority—either of voters in a referendum or residents in a province—is not enough to justify separation.
Youngest and middle-aged respondents are more likely to support a change in legislation than those over the age of 55.
The top four emotions used to describe Christy Clark are negative, while Adrian Dix gets a more positive rating from respondents.
Only one-in-eight respondents believe the Apollo moon landings were “staged” in a studio.
One third of respondents would favour Independence, while almost half would prefer to remain in the United Kingdom.
Respondents in Britain are less likely to find medical testing on animals and clothing made of animal fur as “morally acceptable.”