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Monarchy/Royal Family Trends - Monarchy v Republic 1993-2013

Published:19 July 2013
Fieldwork:1993 - 2013
Keywords:Constitution, Monarchy, Republic, Royal Family
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Q Would you favour Britain becoming a republic or remaining a monarchy?

Republic Monarchy Would not vote Don't Know
% % % %
22-26 April 1993 18 69 n/a 14
7-12 January 1994 17 73 n/a 10
28-29 December 1994 20 71 n/a 9
6-7 September 1997 18 73 n/a 9
5-8 March 1998 19 74 n/a 7
18-20 August 1998 16 75 n/a 9
23-24 October 1998 16 74 n/a 10
5-6 November 1998 18 73 n/a 9
15-16 June 1999 16 74 n/a 10
8-10 November 1999* 16 74 2 8
8-9 June 2000* 19 74 2 8
13-15 December 2000 21 72 n/a 6
29 December 2000 15 73 n/a 12
5-6 April 2001* 20 71 n/a 9
10-12 April 2001* 19 70 3 8
14-16 December 2001 21 70 4 5
1-3 February 2002§ 19 71 n/a 10
24-26 May 2002 19 74 3 4
23-25 April 2004 20 71 2 4
7-9 April 2005 22 65 n/a 13
20-22 April 2006 18 72 n/a 10
15-17 April 2011
18
75 n/a
 7
12-14 May 2012
13
80
n/a
7
9-11 June 2012 15 77 n/a 8
10-13 November 2012 16 79 n/a 5
13-15 July 2013 17 77 n/a 6

Base: c. 500-1,000 GB adults aged 18+, except as below
§ Base: c. 1,000 GB adults aged 16+
* Q wording "If there were a referendum on the issue …"
+ Q wording Do you favour Britain electing its Head of State or do you favour Britain retaining the monarchy?


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