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Jeremy Corbyn, Labour leader, is doing appallingly in the polls.
When the public is asked who would be a better Prime Minister, all demographics other than those who intend to vote Labour in the next election, reply "Theresa May".
Scotland overwhelmingly thinks a Conservative leader is a better prime minister. 18-25 year olds think a Conservative leader is a better prime minister.
Even Labour voters in 2015 prefer the Conservative leader.
Staggeringly, 15 per cent of those who intend to vote Labour in the next election say "May".
He's not winning back Scotland.
It's obvious that the wider electorate are not warming to Jeremy Corbyn's Labour party, compared to other new party leaders.
So how does he fare compared to the journeys of recent Labour leaders?
In short, Jeremy Corbyn is tanking Labour faster than Ed Miliband ever did.
If he can turn it around, great.
Given how he's been received by the nation up to this point, and how he's alienated Remain voters and Scotland - you shouldn't count on it.
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