Eileen listens to public opinion but would not dream of airing it live, again on grounds of dignity, but Eileen is not above "borrowing" a good idea if she comes across one and so it is best not to publicize these things.
Having said that the Kingdom's residents do have ways of making their opinions known. One is by direct correspondence to the Queen and her Council, by writing to FNN themselves (and they can never resist following up people's complaints as they rightly believe if there's any story of dodgy dealings by the government to uncover this is the way to find them) and by protest. Okay they run the risk of literally being broken up magically but protest is an option and the people protested most weeks during the entire reign of Queen Gwendolyn. The funny thing was when she was eaten by a dragon, the protests stopped. The government at the time rightly took that as public endorsement of their actions though they did claim the dragon was there by chance. Nobody believed it. Nobody was going to argue it though.