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(11/11/10) -

Three-in-Four Britons Foresee a Terrorist Attack in the Next Year

Three-in-five Americans believe a terrorist attack is likely to happen in their country—only 38 per cent of Canadians concur.

(10/21/10) -

Global Warming Doubts Dissolve in Britain, But Americans Still Skeptical

The considerable level of uncertainty that Britons expressed earlier this year towards global warming has subsided, as more people in the country regard climate change as a fact, a new three-country Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

(10/13/10) -

Britons Call for Hunting Ban; Americans and Canadians Reject It

People in Britain are definitely more alarmed about animal cruelty than those in the United States and Canada, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

(10/05/10) -

Most Voters in Thailand Are Satisfied with the Country’s Democracy

The PAD’s Somsak Kosaisuk is the least popular politician in Thailand. Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is the most liked.

(09/21/10) -

Americans, Britons and Canadians Hesitant on Middle East Talks

People in the United States, Canada and Britain have reacted with skepticism to the announcement of high level talks between Israel and the Palestinians, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

(09/08/10) -

Australia’s Environment Admired by Americans, Britons and Canadians

Few respondents in the three countries were able to correctly identify Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott when shown their pictures.

(08/30/10) -

Canadians and Americans Call for Increased Focus on Domestic Issues

Majorities in both countries say there is a need to concentrate on national problems and build up strength and prosperity at home.

(08/25/10) -

Canadians See More Benefits from NAFTA than Americans

But more people in Canada than in the U.S. think it is urgent to renegotiate the terms of the three-country treaty.