As the Canadian government prepares to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III of the United Kingdom, a majority of Canadians oppose the British monarch and his wife, Camilla, being Canada’s kings, according to a poll released this week.
Survey conducted by the firm Angus Reid InstituteTurns out that 60% of those surveyed oppose being recognized as Carlos III king of canadaa parliamentary monarchy in which british head of state It is also a symbol of the North American country.
A high proportion of Canadians, 62%, expressed disapproval of an effigy of Carlos III adorning the Canadian dollar, as was the case with his mother, Elizabeth II of Englandor that “God Save the King” is sung at official ceremonies.
The disapproval extended to the wife of Carlos III, Camilla, 60% of Canadians polled say they don’t want to be named country queen, 21% would accept that she would be named queen consort and another 19% queen.
and 61% believe the right thing to do is what countries like Canadawhose symbolic monarch is the British Head of State, come out of colony bondHe. Only 11% of Canadians say the country should remain a parliamentary monarchy.
The survey, which interviewed 2,013 Canadians between April 10 and 12 and has a 2% margin of error, was published the same day Government of Canada Announced the acts with which he would celebrate the coronation of Carlos III on 6 May.
Canadian Heritage Minister, Pablo Rodriguez, said a series of activities open to the public would be held on May 6 and 7 at Rideau Hall (Ottawa), the official residence of the Governor General of Canada and who serves as the representative head of state british monarch,
In addition, each of Canada’s provinces and territories will hold events to celebrate the coronation.