Respondents are evenly split on whether the health care system should fund abortions on demand, or only in medical emergencies.
The Conservative Party has gained three points since mid-January, while support for Labour has dropped by the same margin.
Support is lower for the appearance of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Plaid Cymru and British National Party (BNP) leaders.
Half of respondents believe there is no point in re-opening a debate about abortion in the U.S. right now.
The BC Conservatives are now tied with the BC Greens, as support for the John Cummins-led party plummets in the Interior.
Most Canadians expect Justin Trudeau to become the new leader of the Liberal Party this year.
Still, only 41 per cent of respondents believe the President’s plan will be effective in curbing gun violence.
Across the country, 37 per cent of respondents believe getting vaccinated can actually give a person the flu.
Three-in-five respondents are opposed to taking the five-cent coin out of circulation in Canada.
Only a third of respondents are satisfied with the way David Cameron is handling his duties as Prime Minister.