Kaiserschmarrn wrote:I'm genuinely curious if you can support this with anything other than assertions or random tweets. Everything I've seen points to the fact that there is little support "amongst the people" for Corbyn. They don't trust him and neither do they think he would make a good PM.
Do you see crowds singing about any other politicians at festivals? The vast majority of Labour's membership are due to Corbyn's leadership (325K+). Labour under Corbyn's leadership became the largest party in Europe. Even when people like you have claimed that X amount of people are mad at Corbyn for yada yada, the same study supports the majority still support him being leader of the party.
I mean, just today I've seen an opinion poll where the public trusts Boris Johnson more than Jeremy Corbyn on one of the central Labour issues, the NHS. Does something like this never penetrate into the media you read/watch or do you just ignore it?
Which opinion poll?
Sorry if I don't trust negative polls on Corbyn's leadership under Labour. Usually the same orgs/people said he would never be leader and were proven wrong; he wouldn't win that position twice, that there's no way he'd ever win despite the gains Labour got in the last election. Do you not pay attention to this stuff? What about the rallies the MSM hardly reports that shows thousands of people at every time?
It's certainly a possibility.