The royal family seems to be more popular than ever lately. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had the first majorly anticipated wedding event of the year in May, and Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank followed that up with their royal wedding in October.
Of course, while the royals are beloved by their fans, some members of the family are more popular than others. Polling site YouGov conducted a survey to determine the rank of the most popular royals, basing its research on responses from the British public and using the feedback to devise a positive opinion rating.
Here are YouGov’s findings of the most popular members of the royal family, ranked from least to most popular.
Prince Andrew is the 15th most popular royal, landing him in last place.
The Duke of York had a widely publicized royal wedding to his now ex-wife Sarah Ferguson in 1986, but his popularity seems to have waned in recent years.
He received a 22% positive rating, with his supporters describing him as “loyal” and a “good speaker.”
Princess Eugenie is in 14th place.
Princess Eugenie may have had one of the biggest weddings of the year in October, but she came in second-to-last place with a 24% positive opinion from the public. People described her as “modern” and “credible.”
Princess Beatrice came in 13th place.
Eugenie’s sister slightly edged her out for one spot higher on the list. Princess Beatrice received a 25% positive score, with people describing her as an “intelligent” and “well-spoken” royal.
Prince Edward is next on the list in 12th place.
The Earl of Wessex received a 27% positive opinion rating, with people calling him “admirable” and “genuine.”
In 11th place is Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
She received a 28% positive opinion rating, with people calling her a “good role model” and “loyal.”
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, is in 10th place.
She received a 29% positive opinion rating. People described Camilla as “genuine” and “down to earth.”
In ninth place on the list is Zara Phillips.
She received a 43% positive opinion rating, with people describing her as “likeable” and “talented.”
Princess Anne came in eighth place.
The queen’s daughter received 47% positive opinion rating. The public described Princess Anne as “strong” and “committed.”
In seventh place is the next royal in line for the throne, Prince Charles.
Prince Charles received a 48% positive opinion rating, with people describing him as “genuine” and “intelligent.”
While almost everyone on the list was more popular with women, the results also showed that Charles is equally popular with men and women.
Meghan Markle landed in sixth place on the list.
The Duchess of Sussex had the most anticipated royal wedding of the year, which ultimately landed her a 55% positive opinion rating. The public described Markle as “confident” and “charming.”
Prince Philip is next, landing in fifth place.
The Duke of Edinburgh received a 56% positive opinion rating, with people describing him as “admirable” and “hard working.” Like Charles, Prince Philip is also liked equally by men and women.
Kate Middleton is the fourth most popular royal according to the list.
The Duchess of Cambridge received a 64% positive opinion rating, with people describing her as a “good role model” and “friendly.”
Prince William is listed as the third most popular royal.
The Duke of Cambridge received a 73% positive opinion rating. People described him as “genuine” and “responsible.”
The second most popular royal according to the poll is Queen Elizabeth II.
She may be the queen of England, but she’s second in line to the title of the most popular member of the royal family. People described Queen Elizabeth II as “respected” and “dignified,” giving her a 74% positive opinion rating overall.
According to the poll, Prince Harry is the most popular member of the royal family.
The Duke of Sussex came out on top with a 77% positive opinion rating, landing him two spots higher than his royal brother. People described him as “admirable” and “fun loving.”
Check out the full statistics on YouGov.
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