Three country survey reveals support for Snowden’s leaks, but mixed feelings on government surveillance overall
Country: United StatesRSS
Half of respondents admit to sometimes acting “politically correct” because it is the safe thing to do.
Since December 2012, the level of concern with specific financial challenges has subsided in the United States.
Three-in-five Americans believe capital punishment is the preferable approach to punish convicted murderers.
In Canada, practically three-in-five respondents say that global warming is a fact and is caused by emissions from vehicles and industrial facilities.
More than two-in-five respondents continue to voice support for repealing the health care legislation signed by President Obama in 2010.
Respondents remain divided on whether launching military action against Saddam Hussein’s regime was the correct option.
Majorities of Catholics in the two countries would like to see changes that would allow priests to get married, and women to be ordained.
Almost two thirds of respondents think President Obama can do something to lower the price of gas in the United States.
Men are more likely than women to support a regulation that would enable passengers to make phone calls during a flight.