The Queen was right to take the decision to prevent Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their children from making an appearance on the Buckingham Palace balcony on June 2, a poll suggests.
Carried out by Techne UK on a sample size of 1,626 UK adults between May 11 and 12, the survey showed 80 percent of the people polled responded ‘yes’ to the question “Is the Queen right to exclude Harry and Meghan and their children from the Buckingham Palace Balcony for her Jubilee weekend celebration?”
Only 14 percent of the people surveyed replied ‘no’ to the question, while six percent said they didn’t know.
The majority of those polled in all age groups are said to be approving of the Queen’s move.
People in the younger age bracket, 18 to 34, gave the highest percentage of negative answers, with 19 percent responding ‘no’ to the question posed by the poll against 73 percent saying ‘yes’.
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