Only 15 per cent of respondents provide a positive assessment of the work of the U.S. Congress.
More than half of respondents think the government has done a poor job handling health care, the environment, Aboriginal affairs and poverty.
Since July 2010, the proportion of Americans who call for the deportation of all illegal immigrants has dropped from 50% to 38%.
Outright independence is endorsed by a third of respondents, with the bulk of support coming from men and younger Scots.
With Justin Trudeau as leader, the Liberal Party would become the top choice for Canadian decided voters.
One of the biggest concerns for respondents in the three countries is unemployment affecting their household.
Most respondents in Metro Vancouver support the creation of a single police force that would oversee the entire Lower Mainland.
Convenience is the main reason cited by respondents who shun real Christmas trees.
Only 30 per cent of all reported holiday transactions have involved cash; most purchases are being made with credit cards and debit cards.
Most respondents believe that only the police and other authorized persons should have access to the .223-calibre semi-automatic Bushmaster rifle.