Quebec’s Pauline Marois is one of only four provincial heads of government with the approval of at least two-in-five respondents.
Most respondents expect cuts in funding for programs related to the arts and film, and for the role of private health care providers to be expanded.
Level of preference for both independence and the status-quo dropped, while statehood has increased by seven points since January.
The approval rating for David Cameron and Nick Clegg improved markedly for the first time since March.
Three-in-five respondents who voted for Rob Ford in 2010 would support him again if he is cleared to run in a by-election.
Two thirds of respondents in the two countries describe the “war on drugs” as a failure.
Bailout of Royal Bank of Scotland and revenues from North Sea oil reserves are the most contentious topics.
Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka regarded as the country’s most notorious criminals.
The BC Conservatives drop to their lowest level in 18 months, with the approval rating for John Cummins still in the teens.
Only a third of respondents would vote “Yes” in a new referendum, while a majority would prefer to remain in Canada.