Interesting Question of the Day – 7 August 2019

In a 2013 survey of British people who were asked to name as many people in line for the throne as they could, what three people were mentioned most often?

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6 comments on “Interesting Question of the Day – 7 August 2019
  1. Nathan says:

    I’ll play this one straight.

    Charles, William and Harry.

    (Although, depending on when in 2013 the survey was done, it might be William, Harry and George, who of course was born that year)

    • iqtrivia says:

      That’s the three, though not in that order.

      It went William (96), Charles (95), and Harry (94).

  2. Old Bill says:

    William, Kate, Charles in that order

  3. Andrew B says:

    My gut would just tell me Phillip, Andrew, and William.

    Wish people would drop in that King Harald V of Norway is on that list though as the first foreign royal in the line of succession!

    • iqtrivia says:

      William is among the top 3 most named.

      Andrew is in the line of succession, but wasn’t mentioned as often.

      As a descendant of Queen Victoria, Philip is also in the line of succession (though he’s unlikely to ever inherit the throne), but he wasn’t named enough either.