it's utterly meaningless, but time has gradually bumped winter soldier up to 90% on RT. it sat at 89% since its release. yes, it's sad i know that. the same thing happened with first avenger (it started out at 79%, and gradually moved up to 80%).
so, for those keeping track-- first avenger - 80% avengers - 92% winter soldier - 90% aou - 75% civil war - 91% infinity war - 85% endgame - 95%
so the overall consistency is very impressive, with the one "burp" of aou, even though ppl are way too hard on that movie.
mcfeely and markus have released some controversial statements recently, actually outright saying the the off-screen husband is, in fact, steve, and he is the father of her two children. i actually do think they are trolling the audience at this point. either that, or they've never actually watched these movies. that sounds like an awful thing to (not) do, but sometimes artists can have difficulty watching their product--i know there reached a point where i would have difficulty editing my stories. anyhoo, it's plain from the interview that the "main universe" peggy lost steve, and he never came back. either that, or she's super faking this interview, which degrades it.
on another note, part of the anger from the #notmysteve crowd is that, in their view, peggy had moved on, and it was wrong for him to reinsert himself into her life. as the interview shows, NO, she in fact, DID NOT move on from steve. she accepted he was gone, and eventually married another man, but those are not mutually exclusive! she could have very well pined for him the remainder of her days, but kept it private. some of their posts occasionally pop up in my twitter feed, but man, let it go, it's over. if one wants to be canonical, technically, there are an infinite number of realities--steve ends up with peggy in one! get over it! i say this, btw, as someone who does not think peggy and steve should end up together. not because of the details of how history plays out in these alternate dimensions, but the reason why peggy and steve was the best romance in the MCU is because it was given an air of tragedy by being denied. this is as opposed to nearly every other relationship in the MCU, which happens because it is obligatory. the writers, directors, and feige appeared to agree with endgame's ending for steve, and it's their call, not mine!