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A ComRes poll has found that Boris Johnson is more popular than the prime minister, while Britons viewed religious freedom as one of the least important "British values".
ComRes interviewed 2,034 British adults online earlier this month.
Politicians in order of popularity:
- London mayor Boris Johnson - 41%
- Prime Minister David Cameron - 28%
- Ukip's Nigel Farage - 26%
- William Hague - 25%
- Labour leader Ed Miliband - 19%
- Theresa May - 16%
- Nick Clegg - 13%
- Michael Gove - 9%
Most important British values:
- Freedom of speech - 48%
- Tolerance - 27%
- A sense of humour - 26%
- Equality - 24%
- Politeness - 22%
- Political freedom - 20%
- Responsibility - 14%
- Religious freedom - 12%
- Aspiration - 3%
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.