PRINCE Harry’s popularity has plummeted — and many people now see him as a liability for the monarchy.
The number who think he is an asset to the nation has more than halved in the past eight years, from 75 per cent to 35 per cent.
Least popular royal is Prince Andrew, with 80 per cent branding him a liability and only four per cent believing he has something to offer.
The Queen is still by far the favourite, with 81 per cent saying she is an asset, followed by William and Kate and Prince Charles.
But the poll shows the alarming rate at which Harry’s appeal has dived.
Only nine per cent saw him as a liability in a YouGov poll in June 2012. That has now risen to 38 per cent.
His wife, Meghan, is seen as a liability by 51 per cent and as an asset by 24 per cent.
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