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To play with numbers

A poll found three in five Britons think negatively of the Duke of Sussex and two-thirds of those polled have a low opinion of the Duchess

60% don’t like Harry, 66% don’t like the pair. So, more than 55% don’t like her then, right?

Based as ever, the British public.

9 thoughts on “To play with numbers”

  1. 60% don’t like him, 66% don’t like the pair. If his score is improving the average, one could say that her rating is 72%.

    Possibly

  2. I don’t like any of them. What are they for? What is their point?

    The Queen is dead, and so is the society she made all sorts of crazy coronation promises to in 1953. Promises she made before God, then didn’t keep. Washed away, like tiaras in the rain.

    They can dress Charles up as a king, but we already know he’d rather be a tampon. The magic and sparkle of the monarchy is gone, there’s nothing special about any of them and the emerging non-English majority probably isn’t going to keep an extended cast of ugly rich white people in palaces and electric Bentleys for very long.

    King Marcus Rashford when?

  3. The British monarchy projects British soft power around the globe. The queen did it amazingly well. Charles is trying and I hope he succeeds. William and Kate look like they would do well. The Sussex’s however are a blemish that needs removing. They harm British soft power. Let’s strip them of all royal title and privilege and forget them.

  4. It appears to me that the stats are 60% don’t like the Ginger and 66% don’t like Yoko Ono, doesn’t say anything about approval of the pair specifically.

    I find her more annoying generally, but he’s the one who stiffed his own family and responsibilities. Yes, there’s a lot of BS that goes with it, but he’s had a life of wealth and privilege and is still getting paid just to keep a lid on the boorish behavior.

    Saw a brief bit of her mocking the Queen while he sat there looking very uncomfortable – the thought bubble “I wonder if she’ll let me have them for a while this afternoon?”

  5. Andy – The British monarchy projects British soft power around the globe

    And it doesn’t get much softer than Charles.

    I’m more of a Dennis the Menace fan, myself.

  6. She seems unreconciled with discovering she’s married a minor royal who’s getting more and more minor as time goes on and the line of succession gets further and further away from him. Once Edward VII, sorry, Charles III dies, and William V comes to the throne, and Prince George is a highly desirable 20-year-old batchelor on the point of having his own children, Harry will be a historical irrelevance.

  7. William IV and V if they’ve any bloody sense. On which I would not bet. Or he could use a different kingly name e.g. Kevin.

  8. She seems unreconciled with discovering she’s married a minor royal who’s getting more and more minor as time goes on . . .

    He’s worth her investment so long as the Cambridge-Wales travel together in aircraft. She’s still one tail rotor bolt away from ending up as queen consort and seeing her son as the king of England.

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