Prince Harry crushed just DAYS before book publication as Britons turn their backs on Sussexes - 'It's a disaster zone!'
A poll conducted on behalf of GB News asked if people's opinion of Prince Harry had changed over the last year
MORE than a third of Brits say they have a less favourable view of Prince Harry now than compared to a year ago.
A poll conducted on behalf of GB News asked if people's opinion of Prince Harry had changed over the last year.
The People Polling* poll found that only nine percent now have a more favourable opinion.
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Thirty eight percent say their opinion has changed to a more unfavourable opinion of Prince Harry, and 36 percent of the public say that they have not changed their opinion of Prince Harry.
Contrary to the popular argument that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are cutting through among a young 18-24-year-old generation, the poll also found that only 10 percent of Britain’s 18-24 year olds have developed a more favourable opinion of the young Prince over the last year.
And 23 percent say their opinion has become less favourable. Thirty seven per cent say their opinion has not changed at all.
Commenting, polling expert, Professor Matt Goodwin said: “This year has been a disaster zone for the Harry and Meghan brand in the UK.
"They have lost the British public and are now among the most unpopular royals, eclipsed only by Prince Andrew. Here, we see that a plurality of voters have become less favourable of Prince Harry over the last year, a year which has seen the Netflix documentary and ongoing drama in the House of Windsor.
"On the eve of his book’s release, it is now clear from an array of polling data that Prince Harry has lost considerable support among the British public –and may never be able to recover it in the years ahead.”
The findings come on the eve of the release of Harry’s new memoir, Spare.
Leaked extracts yesterday detail explosive allegations including claims brother William attacked him during a row over his wife, Meghan.
According to other reports, Harry is also set to apportion some of the blame for his Nazi-uniform scandal on his brother and sister-in-law, Kate.
Prince Harry will reportedly claim they encouraged him to wear the uniform, and laughed when they saw him in it.
*PeoplePolling is a member of the British Polling Council (BPC) and abides by its rules. It polled 1,269 people on January 4.
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