The survey on Prince William for King is the new low blow for Prince Charles who is below his son in the preference of the British to be the new representative of the crown.
This week they released a survey that reveals the appreciation of several members of the British royal family after the peak of the United Kingdom pandemic, some members of the House of Windsor increased their acceptance, others maintained it and there were some who will definitely not win the return. trust of the people.
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Survey on Prince William for King defeats Charles
In the revealing data released by MailOnline they reported that in a new survey, Queen Elizabeth II continues to retain the throne in the taste of the British and is the monarch with the most acceptance.
The data collected during January, March and October show that the positive assessment of Prince William and Kate Middleton has also increased.
80% of the participants also rate William positively and 76% Kate, which marks an increase for both.
For their part, they also reveal that 68% of those surveyed predict that Prince William and Kate will have the greatest influence over the royal family in the next 10 years, surpassing that of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall (with 12%) and the Dukes of Sussex (7%).
As for who should inherit the throne after the queen, 41% consider that it should go directly to Prince William, while 37% favor Charles.
Similarly, the poll revealed that the popularity of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry plummeted.
Harry’s positive rating was 71% when he was surveyed in October last year, and it dropped to 55%. Meghan’s rating suffered a similar drop, from 55 to 38 percent.
A similar story has the assessment of Prince Andrew who retired from his duties with the family after the Epstein case. The queen’s son’s score places him last among the royals included in the survey.
However, the crown received an accolade from the people as 67% of participants say the UK should continue with a constitutional monarchy, compared to 21% who favor the idea of an elected head of state.