The poll results come after Trump and Trudeau have exchanged heated words over tariffs on steel and aluminum.
At the end of the contentious summit, Trudeau angered Trump by saying new United States tariffs on Canada on national security grounds were "insulting". The US president's departure was widely seen as the last straw, following two days of severed discussions, after which he called the host, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, "weak" and "dishonest", and refused to sign the final joint G7 communiqué. "The worst", Trump said.
Despite the tensions, 85 percent of Canadians and 72 percent of Americans said they support being in NAFTA, and 44 percent of respondents in both countries said renegotiation of the deal would be a good thing for their country. The EU trade surplus with the U.S.is $151 Billion, and Canada keeps our farmers and others out. The country with the largest decline in its impression of the USA under Trump was, perhaps unsurprisingly, Canada.
57% of respondents support Trudeau and the position of the trump share of 37% of respondents.
The U.S. government imposed tariffs of 25 percent on imported steel, 10 percent on aluminum earlier this month from Europe, Mexico and Canada, sending the Dow Jones industrial average tumbling almost 252 points, or 1 percent.
By contrast, Americans opposed escalating the situation.
While Canadian consumers appeared ready to boycott USA goods, 57 percent of Canadians and 52 percent of Americans said Canada should not overreact to Trump's comments because it was just political posturing.
The poll also found that 71 percent of Americans polled believe that the ongoing tariffs on steel and aluminum imposed by the Trump administration have weakened relations between the USA and Canada.
The Ipsos Poll of 1,001 Canadians and 1,005 Americans - including 368 Democrats, 305 Republicans and 202 Independents - was conducted June 13-14. Not only was he the most unpopular first-year president ever, but his White House record has already managed to lower the world's impression of the United States, according to a recent Gallup survey. The polls had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.