Again, the things that you are quoting are not lying but they are basically guiding people to a conclusions.
The surveys that were done show that:
1) Yes, majority supports labour stance as it is now. Around 30% Oppose. (That is correct).
2) Yes, around 55-60% support Corbyn leadership. Some minor part opposes his leadership (Not sure the percentage, probably around 15%).
3) Yet, still given they also overwhelmingly support a 2nd referendum ( 78% i think).
4) If labour constituency is given a 2nd referendum then apparently around 90% will vote to remain in the EU.
Most of the statistics were taken from the article that i posted and links within.
Those statistics are not mutually exclusive and wrong in my opinion because there is always a certain membership bias in each party. It is like asking "Do you support Trump?" from a republican and "Do you support his X policy?". In most cases they are satisfied with what they have but it doesn't mean that they do not wish for perhaps a different/better solution in their mind if given a chance.
I do not think that any nation is hopeless to change; however, I think that some nations do require a lot more effort than others to become changed. - Verv