Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s popularity has plummeted in Britain, according to a new poll.
YouGov’s latest favourability tracker shows Prince Harry, 36, now has a net score of 1, as he gets a positive response from 48% of people, and a negative response from 47% of people.
But his wife Meghan, 39, is down by 18 points to a negative net favourability. She evokes a positive response from 33% of people, and a negative response from 59%, giving her the second lowest score of -26 of all members of the Royal Family.
However, while their overall popularity has dropped, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are popular with people aged 18 to 24, where they get net scores of 28 and 20 respectively.
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Of those royals who are still in the UK, the Queen, 94, remains the most popular. More than 80% (83%) of people view her positively, and just 12% view her negatively, giving her a net score of 71 points.
And despite not being in the public eye, her husband Prince Philip, 99, has seen a slight bump in his score, going up by 3 points to 28.
Prince William, 38, has seen a slight drop in his overall popularity, with 15% of people having a negative view of him. As 80% have a positive view, it gives him a net points score of 65, which is down from 69 in March’s survey.
Kate, 38, has seen hers rise slightly, with 76% of people saying they see her positively, and 14% having a negative opinion, resulting in a net score of 62. This is up from 57 in the March poll.
Prince Charles, 71, and his wife Camilla, 72, have both seen a drop in their popularity scores. Charles evoked a positive response in 59% of the respondents and a negative response in 35%, for a net points score of 24.
That’s a drop of seven points since the last polling.
Camilla has the same net score as Harry, of one, having polled 44% positive feedback and 43% negative.
Despite a year of negative headlines since the BBC Newsnight interview, Prince Andrew, 60, is viewed favourably by 7% of the population. But 80% had a negative view of him, giving him the lowest score.
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