Shortly before the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s death, a new poll has discovered which royal Britons currently value most.
A poll was carried out in Britain to assess Britons’ attitudes towards the monarchy ahead of the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s death on September 8. Surprisingly, King Charles III is standing. When asked about your favorite royal, you’re not the first, but you have to admit defeat.
Instead, her son, Prince William, is the most popular member of the royal family, according to a new UK poll. According to the survey by the YouGov polling institute, 74 percent of Britons rate the Prince of Wales positively, that is, the 41-year-old heir to the throne leaves all other royals behind.
In second place in the new popularity ranking is Princess Anne, sister of King Charles III. The 73-year-old is considered the hardest-working member of the royal family. The survey shows that 73 percent of Britons have a positive opinion of her. William’s wife, Princess Kate, is close behind with 72 percent.
King Charles is in fourth place with 60 percent, followed by his younger brother Prince Edward, who is in fifth place with 54 percent. According to the survey, Queen Camilla is viewed positively by only 47 percent of the public. Behind the 76-year-old is Prince Harry, who emigrated to the US, with 31 percent, although YouGov notes that the 38-year-old received ratings as positive as his older brother on the day. he William.
And who occupies the back seats?
Further down are Harry’s wife, Duchess Meghan, with 24 percent, and Prince Andrew, who fell from grace in the wake of the Epstein scandal. Only six percent of the public views the 63-year-old positively.
What the survey also found: 62 percent of Britons believe the United Kingdom should continue to have a monarchy. However, according to YouGov, the situation is different for younger Britons. Currently only 37 per cent of 18- to 24-year-olds want Britain to remain a monarchy.
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