Royal seal of approval

With little over a month to go until the Royal wedding, a survey's found support for the monarchy has grown.

Only 13% of people would want to scrap the institution, down from 25% when Princess Diana died.

Mary Fitzgerald from Prospect Magazine, which commissioned the survey, says Prince Charles is now a more popular candidate to become the next king than his son William.

45% of people interviewed said they would like the Prince of Wales to succeed the Queen, compared with 37% preferring Prince William.

Comments (1)

  • LJ03

    Thursday, 24 March 2011 14:48

    I personally would prefer William to become King; he has something fresh about him whereas, I believe (and no offence to Charles) that his father seems a tad old fashioned with his ideals.
    Yet, they are only my thoughts - Charles may become a good King.

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