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He is the most popular leader in America

He is the most popular leader in America

LSurprisingly, a research conducted by a research institute set it aside call up In America, between Democratic and Republican voters, with the aim of identifying an international figure capable of unifying the two parties. And At the top of the list was Prince William, trailing Biden, Trump and Zelensky.

Kate Middleton and chastity kisses for Prince William after winning the polo match

Prince William is (much) more popular than Harry in America

Having made California her home after leaving the British court in January 2020, she considers America her new home. Carlo and Diana’s second son is completely neglected Americans and not among the 15 most respected international figures in the country. Even Vladimir Putin, in last place, is more famous than the Duke of Sussex.

Meghan Markle is also forgotten

The eldest to be excluded from the list is the Duchess of Sussex. American by birth, Markle has been mulling a possible career in politics for some time, in recent years he has actively sought to make important friends in the White House. Despite being included several times in the hundred most influential people internationally by the magazine TimeOn this occasion the American electorate ignored it.

Princes Harry and William at Kensington Palace, July 2021 (Getty Images)

In second place, William, Volodymyr Zelensky

The 41-year-old heir to the British throne topped both Democrats and Republicans with 59 percent of the vote. And He also managed to defeat the Ukrainian leader, which received 57 percent of the vote. However, in third place, Jill Biden, despite the upcoming elections in the United States, surpassed her husband in popularity and dropped to seventh place, after Donald Trump.

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Like Prince William, Americans love Charles III

The current ruler of England is ranked fourthChief Justice and one of America’s most respected public figures, John Roberts, got 46 percent of the vote. Pollsters have a theory about William and Charles’ success.

TOAmericans, say experts, like the impartiality of British royals And unlike Elizabeth II they do not interfere in political matters. With William and Carlo, the accounts were bad. When it comes to global warming, England’s new ruler and his successor have already shown they want to break with tradition: they themselves are thinking about putting pressure on world leaders.

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