The Duke and Duchess of Sussex came in second and third place in the poll of the most respected representatives of the establishment. The results of the survey are published on the stem4 organization’s Facebook page.
The study involved a thousand teenagers from the UK. It turned out that the most respected among young people is Queen Elizabeth II, who won 25 percent of the vote. In second place was Prince Harry with 22 percent, and third place was taken by his wife Meghan Markle, who was preferred by 21 percent of respondents.
Kate Middleton and Prince William scored only 11 and 10 percent, respectively.
Stem4 is a charity dedicated to adolescent mental health issues.
A survey conducted in May by Newsweek found that 46 percent of Britons aged 18 to 24 want to get less news about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. In addition, half of the respondents were in favor of depriving the Duke of Sussex and his wife of royal titles.
In March, it was reported that the British began to treat Prince Harry and Meghan Markle worse after the airing of their controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey. The study involved 1,663 people. As of March 11, 45 percent of those polled expressed sympathy for Prince Harry, while 48 percent said they felt bad about him.