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Camilla poll results in full
Here are the full results of the NOP poll commissioned by Panorama into attitudes towards Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. The sample survey was 996 people.


1: Are you in favour of Charles and Camilla getting married, or opposed to the idea?

  • In favour: 42%
  • Against: 26%
  • Don't know: 33%

2: If they marry, should they be allowed to marry in church, or not?

  • Yes: 59%
  • No: 27%
  • Don't Know: 13%

3: At present Charles's wife would automatically become Queen when he becomes King, If they were to marry would you support or oppose Camilla becoming Queen?

  • Support: 30%
  • Oppose: 52%
  • Don't know: 18%

4: And if they were to marry, do you think Parliament should pass a law preventing Camilla from becoming Queen?

  • Yes: 40%
  • No: 50%
  • Don't know: 10%

5: Assuming they are not married when Charles becomes King, do you think it would be acceptable for him to live with Camilla rather than marry her?

  • Acceptable: 57%
  • Unacceptable: 32%
  • Don't know: 11%

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 VOTE RESULTS
Would you support a Queen Camilla?

Yes
 21.11% 

No
 75.67% 

Don't Know
 3.22% 

2425 Votes Cast

Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion

See also:

27 Oct 02 | Panorama
Public 'opposed to Queen Camilla'
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