Pollster Matt Goodwin, who gathered the results of surveys from three different companies, wrote on Twitter: “We’ve had polling from People Polling, JL Partners and YouGov. It all tells a consistent story.
“Their ‘brand’ is now toxic in Britain. They’ve clearly decided to go all in on the US which is probably a good thing. I don’t think a comeback here is viable.”
Indeed, a YouGov survey carried out between December 7 and 8 among 1677 adults in Great Britain suggested 59 percent of those polled have now a negative opinion of Harry. Between November 9 and 10, 52 percent had given a similar answer.
Meghan’s popularity dipped too, going from 60 percent of people saying they had a negative opinion of her between November 9 and 10 to 64 percent in the most recent survey.
This comes as royal author Angela Levin told The Sun the King may wait until January before making any decision on their titles.
She said: “They need to see what’s in the documentaries and then what is going on with the book, if they [Sussexes] attack or interfere with Catherine’s life.”