Nearly half of Brits are opposed to a same-sex royal wedding
Nearly half of Brits are opposed to a same-sex royal wedding, a new poll has found.
A survey carried out by YouGov following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement announcement on Monday (November 27) found that 41% of people in the UK believe it “would not be acceptable” for a member of the British royal family to marry a person of the same-sex.
When asked: “Do you think it would or would not be acceptable for a member of the Royal family to marry someone of the same sex?” just 44% of Brits responded that it ‘would be acceptable’, while the remaining 15% said they ‘don’t know’.
The findings showed a huge difference in attitude between the generations, with two-thirds (66%) of 18 to 24-year-olds supporting the idea of a same-sex royal