The Queen has beaten the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Archbishop of Canterbury and David Cameron to be the UK’s ‘most moral’ leader, according to a YouGov poll.
Here is the top five, with their percentage of the vote, which was organised by the pollster and the Sunday Times:
1. Queen Elizabeth II (34 per cent)
2. Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (30 per cent)
3. Malala Yousafzai – Nobel Prize-winning activist (19 per cent)
4. Rev. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury (15 per cent)
5. David Cameron – UK Prime Minister (8 per cent)
Prince Charles did not fare as well as his son or his mother, only earning eight per cent.
Ed Miliband and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols, ranked 15th with only 5 per cent of the vote.
In a separate question asking who was the worst moral leader, Nigel Farage was found to be the winner with a whopping 39 per cent.