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    The reaction by Britain's royal family to the car-crash death of Princess Diana has raised questions about the image and relevance of the monarchy. Meanwhile, media coverage of the tragedy has raised questions about press judgment and excesses.

    Answer the questions below in this unscientific user survey to clarify your thoughts and compare them to other readers'. Or simply see the survey results without voting.

    Question 1:
    While Diana's admirers lined up Sunday outside the royal palaces to leave tokens of affection, the royal family remained in seclusion in Scotland. Their silence was broken Wednesday, when an aide to Prince Charles said the family was "deeply touched and enormously grateful" for the public's support. Was the royal family's initial silence indicative of:

    Inexpressable grief at the loss of a loved one?

    British stoicism?

    A ruling family that is out-of-touch with the populace?

    None of the above.

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