According to a recent YouGov poll, young Remainers would rather that Prince Harry bring his bride Meghan to his father’s coronation.
In a survey of more than 3,000 Britons, 64% said they were either not at all interested in the event or not very interested.
According to the survey, 64% of people over 65 cared a lot or a good bit about the ceremony. Comparatively, 18% of people between the ages of 18 and 24 have this problem.
A startling 75% of people in the youngest age group say they are not at all engaged in Westminster happenings.
Compared to 15% of those who favored Britain’s exit from the European Union, only 6% of remainers give the coronation a lot of thought.
However, the majority of flag-waving leavers don’t care about the coronation; 21% say they’re not at all interested and 32% say they’re not very interested. As opposed to 71% of remainers, this percentage. 51% of Tory voters, a slim majority, seem excited about the coronation.
A additional 34% of Labour voters are not at all interested, making up four out of ten voters.
The YouGov statistics only include data from England, Scotland, and Wales; Northern Ireland is not included.
Wales, where 16% of respondents expressed the highest interest in the former Prince of Wales’ new position, is the region with the greatest enthusiasm. However, despite this support, just 59% of people are either not interested at all or not very interested.
Despite the additional bank holiday, one in two Scots will not be celebrating the coronation. It’s expected that around a quarter of Welsh people will celebrate.
According to the survey, 33% of Britons think Harry and Meghan should not attend the coronation, while 46% are undecided and have no opinion.
Compared to one in ten Tories, one fifth of Labour Party members want Harry and Megan to attend the party. Only 9% of Leave voters would be content if the couple attended together.
One in five Londoners wants the couple to fly there, while one in two city dwellers are unconcerned about it any way.