According to Yukov, the British people voted for their most valuable male and female figures. The poll revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed Sussex “better”, especially since Prince Harry was not even on the first list.
The study asked 45,000 people from 42 different countries and regions to rank their most admired men and women.
In Britain, people voted for Queen Elizabeth II as the most admired woman with a score of 23.29.
In a post on their website, leading Yukov data journalist Matthew Smith said: “Prince Harry, who finished fourth last year, did not even make the cut this year, following the controversy over his resignation and move to the United States.
“Yet his wife Megan has the opposite path, not being on the female list this year for 13th place last year.
“However, both are best performed by Prince William and his wife Catherine.”
Prince William was third behind David Attenborough and former US President Barack Obama.
The Duchess of Cambridge Her Majesty is fourth on the list of women, behind Michael Obama and New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinta Artern.
The Yukov poll was taken from January to March this year.
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The study comes after Sussex made the controversial decision to remove senior members of the royal family from office earlier this year.
Sussex have announced they have signed a production deal with Netflix since Royal split.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they would like to focus on “informative but convincing” content.
For one-year-old parents, the couple plans to create an “inspiring family programming”.
But a Yukov poll released earlier this month found that 64 per cent of Britons were not at all interested in viewing Sussex’s content on Netflix.
Twenty percent said they did not care much and nine percent said they were very interested.
Only three per cent of respondents said they were very interested in watching Sussex’s Netflix shows.
In their statement, Sussex said: “Our life as independent and as a couple has allowed us to understand the power of the human spirit, the courage, the resilience and the need for connection.
“Through our work with different communities and their contexts, our focus is not only on creating content that shines a light on people and causes around the world, but also gives hope.
“As new parents, it’s important for us to create inspiring family programming, just as powerful storytelling through a faithful and interactive lens.”