Meghan Markle is good for the royal family, say 55% of Britons while 23% feel she should move back to LA, according to new poll

According to a survey of 2,016 Britons, 39% thought that Meghan was hypocritical on environmental issues. It also found that 44% felt that they prefer Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, over Meghan


                            Meghan Markle is good for the royal family, say 55% of Britons while 23% feel she should move back to LA, according to new poll
Meghan Markle (Source:Getty Images)

According to a recent survey, 55% of Britons think that the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has been good for the royal family while 45% disagree. 

The survey, for Tatler magazine, revealed that out of a total of 2,016 British adults, 39% thought that Meghan was hypocritical on environmental issues. It also found that 44% felt that they prefer Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, over Meghan. 

The survey statistics follow reports of an anonymous source close to the Sussexes who told CNN that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are "single-handedly" modernizing the monarchy.

The survey also revealed that 23% of Britons thought Meghan and Harry would do better for themselves if they moved away to Los Angeles. 

Around 40% of those who voted believed that Meghan had been treated unfairly by the media and 27% believe that it was driven by racism.

Tatler and ComRes had conducted the survey between September 6 and 8. The results were meant to be demographically representative of all adults in Britain. 

ITV's latest documentary titled 'Harry and Meghan: An African Journey' had aired earlier this week. In the documentary, the couple got candid and spoke about their struggles in the public eye.

The survey also revealed that 23% of Britons thought Meghan and Harry would do better for themselves if they moved away to Los Angeles (Getty Images)

After the documentary aired, a source shared that Prince Harry's brother, Prince William was very concerned.

We had previously reported that the source shared that William also thought that Harry and Meghan wanting a six-week break from their royal duties is a good thing given that they are in a "fragile place". 

In the documentary, Harry opened up about his mental health and his relationship with his older brother.

We had also reported that he shared that they have "good days and bad days", and are operating on "different paths". Meghan had also revealed that she was warned about marrying into the royal family. 

The Duke and Duchess's interviews aired last week and ended up triggering a massive public debate about their role and future duties in the royal family.

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