In Canada, practically three-in-five respondents say that global warming is a fact and is caused by emissions from vehicles and industrial facilities.
One third of respondents are opposed to building new power plants, while support has dropped since 2009.
Fewer people now say that they could change their mind on the project if certain conditions are met.
More than a third of respondents completely oppose the project, but half could change their mind on economic and environmental considerations.
Only nine per cent believe the new tax will provide significant long-term benefits for the environment.
Half of respondents in the two North American countries think climate change is a fact and is caused by emissions—fewer Britons concur.
One-in-twenty respondents have decided to acquire a more fuel efficient vehicle.
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.
Likelihood of Americans and Britons visiting Alberta plummets after watching the ad that portrays oil sands as an environmental hazard.
(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – Many adults in Canada believe their federal administration is not dealing properly with environment, according to a poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion. 66 per cent of respondents think the government is paying too little attention to this issue.