Of all the poll participants, 47 percent voted for William as the next monarch. 94-year-old Elizabeth II’s grandson is second in line to the British throne. His father Charles is the suitable successor according to only 27 percent of the participants.
Of course, the succession to the throne is not determined by the British people, but the director of DeltaPoll does think that the results show a clear preference from the British. “They think Prince William is the best choice,” Joe Twyman wrote on Twitter.
Prince Harry is even less popular as a heir to the throne. William’s brother is a suitable king for only 8 percent of the participants. People over 65 in particular think that he would no longer deserve his sixth place in the line of succession to the British throne. Among young people up to 24 years old, Meghan’s husband is slightly more supported. More than 23 percent still thinks Harry is a suitable king. The reason for the decline in his popularity, according to DeltaPoll, is caused by Harry and Meghan’s break with the British court.
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‘Britons prefer to see William as Elizabeth’s successor’ | Entertainment
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