The Guardian: Queen Elizabeth enjoys record support

May 28, 2012

“Britain would be worse off without the monarchy say 69% of respondents, while of 22% say the country would be better off. This 47-point royalist margin is the largest chalked up on any of the 12 occasions since 1997 on which ICM has previously asked the question.

“Pro-royal feeling is spread remarkably equally among the social classes, and across the regions of England and Wales…Support is stronger among the older, and especially among Conservative voters, in whose ranks it reaches 82%. But across every age group and among Labour and Liberal Democrat supporters alike, the monarchy is enjoying solid support.”

Click here to read the full article in The Guardian

Buckingham Palace Editorial Comment: —

After 60 years of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, the Crown enjoys an amazing 69% popularity rate, while, as the full article in The Guardian points out, the latest poll available on the Queen herself, showed an approval rating of 78%!. After 4 years, most of our U.S. Presidents are at much inferior popularity levels. What an amazing record.

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