For myself for research, I have looked into a few book series and looked into how multlipe POV's with more than 2 characters have been divided. I have not read standalone books with more than 2 POV characters. Did main characters get equal amount of POV? Sometimes no, sometimes they are fairly evenly divided.

What do you prefer to read (when there are more than 2 POV characters) and why?
1. One clear protagonist and two or three characters having a bit of POV parts occasionaly, but the book or book series are primarily written from one character POV. (Example: The Lynburn Legacy by Sarah Reese Brennan)

2. More evenly divided POV's parts. Not much difference between all the POV characters in the number of POV's each character has, closely tied in numbers. (Example: Six Of Crows by Leigh Bardugo)

3. One clear protagonist, but other POV characters have a reasonable amount of POV that is not dramatically different in numbers. In The Raven Cycle Maggie Stiefvater did this. The four books had four main POV characters, and in every book there was one obvious main character who had the most POV's. But from what I counted, ultimately there was one character who was the protagonist because she had the most POV's in numbers, but the other three were not massively far off The book were not primarily about just one character, but the POV's were not neccesarily evenly divided either.

I hope the difference between 1 and 2 compared to 3 make sense, I apologize if I explained it badly!

Is there a style of writing multlipe POV with more than 2 charcters preferable to agents and publishers?