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Royal family.  A poll has shown how popular the British royal family really is.

Royal family. A poll has shown how popular the British royal family really is.

The photo shows the British royal family on the wedding day of Prince William and his wife Catherine on April 29, 2011.

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A new poll has shown who has moved up the popularity ladder in the British royal family in recent years – and who has been pushed down.

This debate has been going on for some time: should Queen Elizabeth step down or die, and should Prince Charles abdicate and pass the wand directly to his son, Prince William?

Yes, look for 42 percent of those surveyed who participated in a New Ipsos Scan Share.

However, the survey also found that 48 percent of respondents still believed Charles would do a good job as king, while 19 percent believed he would not. 27 percent do not want to commit to this topic.

However, the popularity of the heir to the throne has increased by a total of 11 percentage points compared to 2018. It also appears that his wife Camilla is becoming more and more popular.

The popular queen, the unpopular Prince Andrew

According to the survey, the Queen remains by far the most popular member of the British royal family: about 69 percent of those surveyed rated Elizabeth II favorably during this period.

Prince William has 64 percent, his wife, Duchess Catherine, 60 percent. Prince Harry lost 35 percentage points compared to 2018 which is just 30 per cent, and Duchess Meghan says 24 per cent are likable.

worst cuts Prince Andrew Who: Nearly seven in ten participants (69 percent) had a bad image of themselves after the events of the past few weeks and months.

The future of the British monarchy

Four out of ten respondents (44 percent) also think that abolishing the monarchy would be bad for the country. On the other hand, 22% think they would be better off without the monarchy.

to study 2,055 British adults aged 16 to 75 years were surveyed on 24 and 25 March 2022.

“Currently, only a minority of people think Britain would be better off without the monarchy, and the popularity of the Queen and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge remains high,” says Gideon Skinner, head of political research at Ipsos.