The popularity of Prince Harry and his wife, Megan, has plummeted in Britain, with a never-ending poll following an explosive interview with American TV presenter Oprah Winfrey, according to a poll released Friday.
During an interview aired last Sunday, Megan said her plea for help was ignored at a time when it felt like suicide, and an unidentified king questioned how dark her son Archie’s skin would be. When I was born.
Meanwhile, Harry, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth, also lamented the reaction of her family to the couple’s decision to step down from their official duties.
The revealing interview has plunged the 1,000-year-old monarchy into the biggest crisis of this century, and according to Yukov, the position of Megan and Harry has also been a success.
Of the 1,664 participants, 48% had a negative opinion of Harry and 45% had a positive opinion. The negative indicator is high for the first week, indicating a drop of 15 points compared to the previous week.
Meanwhile, only three out of 10 people had a positive image of Megan, and 58% had a negative opinion.
Like other studies conducted after the interview, there were divisions between generations. Most people between the ages of 18 and 24 supported Harry and Meghan, while those over the age of 65 had a negative feeling towards them.
Another famous family member, the heir to the throne, was Prince Charles, Harry’s father. 42% now have a negative image of him and 49% have a positive opinion.
This compares with the 80-year-old Queen’s popularity and 80% support, and Harry’s older brother and his wife, Catherine, are popular among three-quarters of those surveyed.
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