Queen Elizabeth II enjoys more trust than any other public figure in Britain, according to a new survey. The YouGov poll, commissioned by insurance firm Hiscox, had carried the survey to find who do people trust most during the credit crunch.
And the 82-year-old Royal emerged the top favourite with 53 per cent of people voting in her favour, reports the Daily Express. The Monarch piped British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who received 12 per cent votes, in the poll of 2,000 people.
As for the remaining Royal Family, Prince Charles bagged the second spot with 31 per cent votes followed by Princess Anne with 27 per cent. Prince Andrew, Camilla, Prince Edward, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie wrapped up the five least-trusted royals list.