The Duchess of Sussex's scored low her similarity factor according to a new YouGov poll which found Meghan's popularity was…
The Duchess of Sussex’s scored low her similarity factor according to a new YouGov poll which found Meghan’s popularity was dwarfed by her husband Prince Harry.
The Duchess is ranked 6th on the popularity list, behind Harry, the Queen, Prince William, Kate and Prince Philip.
Meghan is more popular with women than, after it emerged 61 percent of females preferred the Duchess comapared
Millenials and Generation X Individuals – those born after 1965 – are more in favor of Meghan compared to baby boomers, people born before 1949.
The Duchess ranked 5th in popularity with younger crowds while older pollers ranked here on the list, placing her as the 8th most popular royal among baby boomers.
Meghan follows retired Prince Philip, who places 5th on the list with 56 percent approval and ahead before Prince Charles, who comes in 7th at 48 percent.
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1; who is almost four months pregnant – joined the Royal Family in May, and may not have had time to gain as much favorism as other more established members of the Royal Family.  In a stark contrast, Meghan’s husband Prince Harry is ranked the most popular royal in Britain according to the poll, with 77 percent of pollers voting in his favor.
Britons described the prince as likeable, humorous, genuine and fun- loving, the YouGov survey has said.
Harry’s popularity has not gone unnoticed, after his wedding ceremony to Meghan saw thousands of royal fans gather along the streets of Windsor earlier in May.
After the Duke of Sussex , the Queen takes second place at 74 percent, followed by Prince William who is ranked third at 73 percent.
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge placed right after her husband William, and came fourth on the list at 64 percent.  Ever since Kate married William in 2011, the Duchess has adapted herself into royal life with elegance and poise, and quickly became a fan favorite over the years.
However, the Duchess of Cornwall ranked much lower on the list , with just 29 pe
Camilla’s ranks 10th on the list, ahead of Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex who rank at 11th and 12th respectively.
Thirty-six percent of British pollers had a negative view of The Duchess of Cornwall, and her negative ranking is the highest among all members of the Royal Family.
Ever since Kate married William in 2011, the Duchess has adapted herself into royal life with elegance and poise
However, the Duchess of Cornwall ranked much lower on the list, with just 29 percent of pollers having a positive opinion of this.
Camilla’s ranks 10th on The list, ahead of Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex who rang at 11th and 12th respectively.
Thirty six percent of British pollers had a negative view of The Duchess of Cornwall, and her negative ranking is the highest among all m
The YouGov poll consisted of around 3,700 interviews conducted between May 15 and October 31, 2018.
Camilla shares this joint first ranking with Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.