Spinta giubilare per il principe Carlo come 43% dei britannici lo sostengono come re

Jubilee boost for Prince Charles as Britons say he SHOULD be the next monarch after the Queen in new poll

  • Poll finds 43% of Britons support or strongly support Charles becoming King
  • A quarter are opposed to the Prince of Wales becoming Britain’s next monarch
  • Extent of support for the Queen’s eldest son is revealed just before her Jubilee
  • Ultime notizie sul Giubileo di Platino mentre la Regina festeggia 70 anni di servizio
  • More than two-fifths of Britons would support Principe Carlo succeeding la regina on the thronealthough a quarter are opposed to him becoming King, a new poll has revealed.

    Just days before Her Majesty’s il 17 marzo 2022 celebrations are due to begin, an exclusive survey for MailOnline revealed the extent of support for her eldest child to replace her as monarch.

    [object Window], conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies, trovato 43 per cent of Britons would support or strongly support Charles becoming King once the Queen dies.

    A quarter (25 per cento) were opposed to the Prince of Wales becoming Britain’s next monarch.

    And a similar number (26 per cento) said they neither supported nor opposed him becoming sitting on the throne.

    Del 1,500 British adults surveyed, seven per cent said they did not know.

    A MailOnline poll, conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies, trovato 43 per cent of Britons would support or strongly support Charles becoming King once the Queen dies

    A MailOnline poll, conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies, trovato 43 per cent of Britons would support or strongly support Charles becoming King once the Queen dies

    A quarter (25 per cento) were opposed to the Prince of Wales becoming Britain's next monarch after Her Majesty

    A quarter (25 per cento) were opposed to the Prince of Wales becoming Britain’s next monarch after Her Majesty

    All'inizio di questo mese, Charles read the Queen's Speech at the State Opening of Parliament for the first time after Her Majesty pulled out due to mobility problems

    All'inizio di questo mese, Charles read the Queen’s Speech at the State Opening of Parliament for the first time after Her Majesty pulled out due to mobility problems

    A four-day Bank Holiday weekend will celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, which marks her 70 years of service as monarch

    A four-day Bank Holiday weekend will celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, which marks her 70 years of service as monarch








    All'inizio di questo mese, Charles read the Queen’s Speech at the State Opening of Parliament for the first time after Her Majesty pulled out due to mobility problems.

    The 73-year-old has been taking on a number of his 96-year-old mother’s duties in recent years as Royal aides carefully manage her workload.

    For her Platinum Jubilee, to celebrate her 70 years of service as monarch, the Queen is due to attend the Trooping the Colour parade on Thursday at the start of a four-day Bank Holiday Weekend.

    The event will end with an RAF flypast, to be watched by Her Majesty and other members of the Royal Family on the Buckingham Palace balcony.

    A service of thanksgiving will take place at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday, with the Queen and other Royals due to attend the Derby at Epsom next Saturday.

    There will then be a ‘Platinum Party at the Palace’ di sabato sera, to be broadcast by the BBC, before street parties are held across the countryincluding a lunchtime picnic at Windsor – di domenica.