You do NOT have to register to read, post, listen or contribute. If you simply wish to remain fully anonymous, you can still contribute.

Enter what you see:
This image contains a scrambled text, it is using a combination of colors, font size, background, angle in order to disallow computer to automate reading. You will have to reproduce it to post on my homepage Tip: Reload page if you have difficulty reading characters
Lost Password?
No account yet? Register
King of Hits
Home arrow Forums
Welcome, Guest
Please Login or Register.    Lost Password?
further slump for Corbyn in latest polls (Guardian)
Go to bottomPost New TopicPost Reply
TOPIC: further slump for Corbyn in latest polls (Guardian)
In The Know

further slump for Corbyn in latest polls (Guardian) 11 Months, 1 Week ago  
Jeremy Corbyn’s personal approval rating has slumped, according to the latest Opinium poll for the Observer.

It suggests that the Conservatives have lost the two-point poll lead recorded by the company last month, with both parties on 40% support. However, the Labour leader’s net approval rating – the difference between those who approve and disapprove of the job he is doing – has fallen from -10 to -19.

The fall follows a difficult period for the party, after it faced demonstrations against antisemitism and Corbyn apologised for appearing to defend an antisemitic mural. Meanwhile, Theresa May’s approval rating remains relatively stable, improving one point to -8.

May’s lead over Corbyn, in terms of who voters think would make the best prime minister, has risen from 8 to 12 points in the last month. She is now on 36% to Corbyn’s 24%.

In the wake of her response to the Salisbury poisoning case, May appears to have increased the number of voters who see her as decisive – up from 32% last month to 41% this month. It gives her a large lead over Corbyn on the question, who has 34% support. May also has a 14-point lead over Corbyn when voters are asked who will “stand up for Britain’s interest abroad”.

Half (50%) approve of the way May has responded to the Salisbury attack, up from 41% last month. Asked which of the two main party leaders would be best placed to respond to Russia and its likely involvement in an attack on British soil, 42% said May while only 16% opted for Corbyn.
Logged Logged
  Reply Quote

Re:further slump for Corbyn in latest polls (Guardian) 11 Months, 1 Week ago  
The Independent poll came up with only 25% supporting the Syrian strike.

Logged Logged
  Reply Quote
Go to topPost New TopicPost Reply