Canadians are more likely to be heavy users of video-sharing websites than Britons or Americans, according to an Angus Reid public opinion poll released Tuesday. The poll said 16 per cent of Canadians are likely to visit a video-sharing website like YouTube on a daily basis, compared to 12 per cent of Americans and nine per cent of Britons. Thirty per cent of Canadians said they never visit such sites. Of those Canadians who visit video-sharing sites, 64 per cent watch original content and 54 per cent said they watch music videos. Thirty-eight per cent said they use the sites to watch scenes from television shows. Twenty-one per cent use the sites to watch highlights from sporting events. The poll also said Canadians are more eager to share video links online, with 70 per cent of respondents saying they have shared a link compared to 51 per cent of Britons and 57 per cent of Americans. The poll was conducted from Nov. 25 to Dec. 1 as an online survey among 1,012 Canadian adults, 1,003 Americans and 2,002 Britons. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.1 per cent for Canada and the U.S., and 2.2 per cent for Great Britain.