Americans have mixed opinions when it comes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. According to a recent survey, 47% of Americans have a favorable view of Prince Harry, while 44% have a favorable view of Meghan Markle. However, there is also a significant faction of people with unfavorable views of them, with 34% of Americans having an unfavorable view of Prince Harry and 36% having an unfavorable view of Meghan Markle.
The same is true for King Charles III, who is about as likely to be viewed favorably (38%) as unfavorably (40%). Americans appear to be split on their opinion of the royal family in general, with many having both positive and negative views.
The majority of Americans (61%) believe that Harry and Meghan should be allowed to live their lives as they wish, without interference from the public or the media. This sentiment is particularly strong among younger Americans, with 68% of those aged 18-34 believing that the couple should be allowed to live their lives in peace.
However, many Americans are also critical of the couple’s decision to step back from their royal duties. Nearly half (49%) of Americans believe that Harry and Meghan should have remained in their roles as senior members of the royal family.
Overall, Americans appear to be divided in their opinion of Harry and Meghan. While many have a favorable view of the couple, there is also a significant faction of people with unfavorable views. Ultimately, it appears that Americans are supportive of the couple’s decision to live their lives as they wish, but many are also critical of their decision to step back from their royal duties.