Americans Support Meghan Markle's Decision to Skip King Charles' Coronation, Poll Shows

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A recent poll conducted by Newsweek has shown that the decision of Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, to skip the coronation of King Charles is widely supported by Americans.

The survey revealed that only 12 percent of the respondents opposed Meghan's plan while 42 percent approved of it.

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Prince Harry is expected to attend the ceremony in London on May 6, while Meghan will remain in California with their children, including Prince Archie, who turns four on the same day.

The poll was conducted among a representative sample of 1,500 Americans, and it was found that 16 percent of the respondents strongly approved of Meghan's decision, while 5 percent strongly disapproved.

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Meanwhile, 37 percent neither approved nor disapproved, and 9 percent said they did not know.

The survey also revealed that Gen Z, in particular, strongly supported Meghan's choice, with 57 percent approving, including 19 percent who strongly approved, while only 11 percent disapproved.

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