Prince Harry's popularity rating has plummeted compared to a similar analysis to before he married Meghan Markle, a new survey has shown
The Ipsos study completed in March 2022 shows the Duke has a lower approval rating by 35% compared to the one carried out in May 2018.
Last month three in 10 people were favourable towards Prince Harry, Express reports.
Which worked out to around 43% saying they had an unfavourable opinion of him.
This analysis was conducted between March 24 and 25 on 2,055 Brits aged between 16 to 75.
Meghan Markle has also seen a decrease in popularity over the past few years.
Just under a quarter of responses in the analysis showed their favourability towards the Duchess of Sussex.
Over half of those polled said they had an unfavourable opinion of the Duchess of Sussex.
This meant her popularity rate dropped by 16% when compared to the results of the 2018 data.
The only person to perform worse in the survey than Meghan and Harry was Prince Andrew – with just 11% of people saying they had a positive impression of him.
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The Queen continued to take the crown as most popular in the Royal Family, with 69% of people analysed saying they had a favourable view of her.
There was a 7% increase in her favourability when compared to the 2018 data.
Following behind the Monarch as the most loved is Prince William, who scored a 64% favourability rating.
Just 13% said they had an unfavourable view of the Duke of Cambridge.
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His wife Kate Middleton followed closely behind in third place with a 60% favourability rate.
In other news, the Duchess of Cambridge is planning to boost her solo career and take on some more projects on her own following several of Meghan's lone ventures, according to reports.
It was announced last week that Meghan Markle would be launching a new podcast without Prince Harry titled Archetypes.
The series, which will see the Duchess interviewing powerful women, is worth a reported £20million.
And recently, aides of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have discussed a "shake up" for the royal couple after their tour of Jamaica.
Part of this new plan could involve Kate taking more solo trips abroad without the company of Prince William and it's reported she wants to take on some projects of her own.
Representatives for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been contacted for comment.
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