The survey, by YouGov, revealed that positive opinion of Harry has decreased from 43 per cent in April to 34 per cent now.
Meghan has a positive opinion rating of 26 per cent. It had been 31 per cent in March and 29 per cent in April.
And YouGov points out the couple’s popularity has declined as they face “continued fallout from their interview with Oprah Winfrey, as well as poor responses to their statements surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic and the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan “.
However, when the survey results are broken down, Harry and Meghan do seem popular among young people.
Of those aged 18 to 25, 47 per cent have a positive opinion of Harry, compared to 44 per cent, whose opinion is negative.
It’s the same when it comes to Meghan with 50 per cent of younger people in the same age bracket thinking of her in a positive way, compared to 40 per cent who think of her negatively.
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And even though the couple has faced criticism recently, their fans have heaped praise on them for speaking out on issues affecting the world – including the devastating deadly earthquake in Haiti.
Other fans around the world continue to respect the couple for doing things their own way and prioritising their own lives and mental health.
The most popular member of the royal family continues to be the Queen, who has an 80 per cent positivity rating.
Prince Charles is viewed positively by 54 per cent of people, with the Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall on 43 per cent.
Prince Andrew is the least popular member of the royal family, according to the poll, with only six per cent of those surveyed thinking of him positively.