More than one in five people in the city do not believe the monarchy is a good thing, according to a recent poll.

The survey found one in four (26 per cent) people in the Brighton Pavilion constituency disagreed that it was a good thing Britain has a monarchy.

Some 23 per cent of people in Hove felt the same, along with 22 per cent in Brighton Kemp Town.

Despite this, a majority of people in all three Brighton and Hove constituencies backed the monarchy, ranging from 44 per cent to 52 per cent.

Sussex’s most monarchist region was found to be Bognor and Littlehampton, with 62 per cent supporting with only 13 per cent against.

The Argus: Some 26 per cent of people in Brighton Pavilion said they do not support the monarchySome 26 per cent of people in Brighton Pavilion said they do not support the monarchy (Image: The Argus)

Britain’s least monarchist constituency was found to be in Scotland in Glasgow Central, with only 37 per cent backing the monarchy with 31 per cent opposed.

While 55 per cent of Britons support the monarchy, according to the poll, that dropped to 46 per cent among 18-24-year-olds.

The poll by Unherd and FocalData comes ahead of the coronation of King Charles III tomorrow, with heads of state, government ministers and foreign royals heading to Westminster Abbey for the once-in-a-generation event.

James Kanagasooriam, pollster and chief research officer of FocalData, said: “Support for the monarchy is slowly eroding, but there is clearly still a good deal of resilience in the royal brand, undamaged by a change of monarch and the expulsion of some of the more troublesome members of the family.

“While the King has little to fear in the near future, the succeeding generation may find the status quo harder to maintain.”

Dozens of big screens across the UK will show tomorrow’s coronation, including in Brighton’s Jubilee Square, which will broadcast the ceremony with the capacity to host 500 people.