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Prince Harry’s bombshell book Spare drives support for an Australian republic


Prince Harry’s new book has seen more Aussies support Australia becoming a republic but not because they agree with the ‘evil Royals’ narrative – they’re just sick of the drama.

A poll conducted by the Resolve Political Monitor for the Sydney Morning Herald of 1,606 Australian voters found more Aussies want to see the nation become independent from Britain compared with poll results in September last year.

The data collected shows 40 per cent of voters were in favour of Australia becoming a republic with 22 per cent stating they were strongly in favour and 18 per cent somewhat in favour.

When asked the same question following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September last year, only 35 per cent of voters said they wanted to see Australia become a republic.

A new poll found 40 per cent of Australian voters want to see the country become a republic with 21 per cent saying their opinion was influenced by Harry and Meghan's (above) TV interviews and documentaries, as well as Harry's new book Spare

A new poll found 40 per cent of Australian voters want to see the country become a republic with 21 per cent saying their opinion was influenced by Harry and Meghan’s (above) TV interviews and documentaries, as well as…



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