A day after a US judge conducted the pretrial hearing of a lawsuit against Prince Andrew, a poll result showed that the second son of Queen Elizabeth has lost popularity in the UK.
A majority of Britons think it would not be appropriate for Prince Andrew to return to public life as a working member of the Royal family after a lawsuit was filed against him by a woman who accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17.
A poll held by YouGov asked participants, "Do you think it would ever be appropriate for Prince Andrew to return to public life as a working member of the Royal family?"
69 percent participants said "It would not be appropriate at any time", nine percent said "It would be appropriate at a latter date" while 3 percent said "It would be appropriate now".
According to the poll results, 19 percent said "they don't know".
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