British people rate the Duke of Cambridge more highly than his grandmother the Queen, according to ComRes poll.
The 2,000-plus people survey for the Sunday Mirror and Independent on Sunday found that 68% expressed a "favourable" view of the young royal compared with 63% for his grandmother.
But both royals are significantly more popular than the UK's best-known politicians.
The Prince of Wales lagged well behind his mother and son on 43% - but even the heir to the throne enjoyed a better rating than any of the Westminster figures.
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