Just last year, Prince Harry came in first place in the official popularity poll. Now he was overtaken. His wife Meghan scores less among the respondents.
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Following his wedding with Duchess Meghan in 2018, Prince Harry landed in a poll following the popularity of members of the British royals in YouGov in the first place. Right behind him was his grandmother Queen Elizabeth. In a current poll, the two seats swapped.
Queen Elizabeth: She is the most popular member of the British royal family. (Source: Dominic Lipinski – WPA Pool / Getty Images)
This puts the 93-year-old family head in the first place. 72 percent of respondents have a positive view of her. In 2018, 77 percent had a good opinion of Harry, now slipping to 71 percent and thus in second place. By the way, closely followed by his older brother Prince William in third place (69 percent). With 64 percent of the positive votes, his wife Duchess Kate lands in fourth place.
Fifth place goes to Prince Philip, the Queen's husband. Just behind it – 9,400 respondents have decided – landed Duchess Meghan. It also ranked sixth last year, but at that time it was 55 percent positive votes, now it is only 49 percent. She is only one percentage point ahead of her father-in-law Prince Charles. The remaining locations are listed here.
Duchess Camilla has not even reached the top ten this year. She is eleventh with 29 percent, in 2018 she was still tenth. By the way, Prince Andrew lands in the last place of the 15 royals.