New blow for Labour as poll shows voters would prefer a No Deal Brexit than for Jeremy Corbyn to become prime minister

  • Some 48% said they'd rather UK left EU with No-Deal than have Corbyn as PM
  • Just over a third (35%) would rather Corbyn became PM and held referendum
  • Separate poll showed Tories have increased their narrow lead over Labour

Voters would prefer a No Deal Brexit than for Jeremy Corbyn to become prime minister and hold a second referendum, a survey has revealed.

Some 48 per cent of people said they would rather the country left the EU without an agreement than for the Labour leader to get into Downing Street.

Just over a third (35 cent) would rather Mr Corbyn became Prime Minister and held a second referendum.

Voters would prefer a No Deal Brexit than for Jeremy Corbyn to become prime minister and hold a second referendum, according to a YouGov survey

Voters would prefer a No Deal Brexit than for Jeremy Corbyn to become prime minister and hold a second referendum, according to a YouGov survey

The remaining 17 per cent of respondents in the YouGov survey of 2,000 people did not give a preference.

Meanwhile, a poll by BMG Research yesterday showed the Tories have increased their narrow lead over Labour under Boris Johnson.

The survey put support for the Conservatives on 31 per cent, up three points on the month before.

Labour was down two points to 25 per cent, while the Liberal Democrats were on 19 per cent (up one point) and the Brexit Party on 12 per cent (down two points).

Voters would prefer No Deal Brexit than for Jeremy Corbyn as PM

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