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.

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More Than Half of Americans Hold an Unfavorable Opinion of Islam

Few respondents acknowledge having a basic understanding of the teachings and beliefs of Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism.

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Almost Half of Canadians Would Abolish the Long Gun Registry

Respondents who reside in rural areas are more likely to call for the registry to be scrapped than those in urban centres.

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Few Britons Consider Anti-Social Behaviour Orders as a Success

Three-in-four respondents believe anti-social behaviour has become frequent, normal and tolerated in the UK.

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More Canadians Are Questioning the Benefits of Immigration

More Canadians are questioning whether immigration is benefitting the country, with Albertans and Ontarians voicing concern over the role of illegal immigrants in Canadian society, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.

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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.

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