People in Britain want an elected head of state not monarchy

A political turmoil raises in Britain as young people in Britain no longer think the country should keep the monarchy and more now want an elected head of state, with their mood souring over the last couple of years. Let us share here that the British monarchy traces its history back to William the Conqueror who invaded England in 1066, though royals ruled the patchwork of kingdoms which stretched across what became England, Scotland and Wales for centuries before that.

For your information let us share that here was a reversal of sentiment from two years ago, when 46% preferred the monarchy to 26% who wanted it replaced. To be noted that  overall the survey had better news for Queen Elizabeth, 95, and the royal family, with 61% favouring the monarchy while just under a quarter thought it should be replaced with an elected figure.

However, here it is to be noted that the Windsors with the death of the queen's 99-year-old husband Prince Philip in April and the crisis that followed the interview by Elizabeth's grandson Prince Harry and his wife Meghan with U.S. chat show host Oprah Winfrey in March.

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