King Charles and Queen Camilla’s approval ratings have risen in the United States, according to a new survey by strategists Redfield & Wilton.
Newsweek has been given exclusive access to the survey results, which reveal that both Charles and Camilla are now more popular with the American public as they prepare for their coronation in London on May 6.
Before the controversy, Charles and Camilla were +12 and -2 respectively, while in January the figures fell to +8 and -8.
Approval rating for King Charles and Camilla
According to new survey data from Redfield & Wilton, as of April, both Charles and Camilla have regained credibility within the U.S. public and now enjoy +21 and +12 respectively.
The representative sample is based on a sample of 1,500 American voters.
This change in perception is likely due to growing American anticipation of the coronation, a ceremony that has not taken place since 1953 when Elizabeth II was crowned Queen.