In a ballot that saw participants asked on their views over whether the veteran left-winger has lost support from the party’s grassroots backers after he campaigned to stop the UK leaving the EU without a deal, among other issues. Results of the poll revealed 96 percent agreed with the question asked, which was: “Has Jeremy Corbyn betrayed the working class?” Up to 10,346 clicked yes to the question, while four percent felt he had not betrayed Labour voters, which amounts to 470 people.
Up to 72 percent clicked the Don’t Know option, which due to the volume of participants amounts to zero percent that neither agreed or disagreed with the statement.
Comments widely reflected the results of the poll, with one fuming participant dubbing Mr Corbyn nothing more than a “middle class grammar boy”.
The comment read: “He’s a wealthy middle class grammar boy, what does he care bout anybody from the working classes? He’s a hypocrite, a very wealthy hypocrite.”
Another commenter added: “Corbyn and his so called London Elite don’t believe that anyone else should have a voice in this country.”
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A third said: “Corbyn is hated by so many people, I struggle to see who he represents.”
A fourth, referring to the political organisation that funds Labour, added: “He is the biggest waste of Oxygen walking in the UK, along with the rest of his Momentum muppets.”
A fifth said: “He’s a philosophical communist. Spent his hole life in the bubble of London politics, has no idea of working class life or reality.”
The poll was conducted from 1.50pm to 9.20pm on September 18 and saw 10,888 take part.
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Up to 10,346 clicked yes to the question
The ballot came after Brexit Party MEP Martin Daubney tore into the Labour leader in the European Parliament earlier today, as he warned the Labour Party would suffer severe losses across the UK for their “betrayal” of traditional voters who backed Brexit.
The Brexit Party MEP pledged to help “destroy” Mr Corbyn for “betraying” the millions of people who voted to leave the EU.
Mr Daubney accused the Labour leader of abandoning the working classes, saying “he doesn’t care about them”.
The Brexit Party politician said he is ready to stand to represent voters in the “Midlands, North and Wales”.
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He said Mr Corbyn has “abandoned the working classes, 70 percent of people in Ashfield voted to leave”.
He added: “Corbyn doesn’t care about them, doesn’t care about this house, doesn’t care about the British voice.”
This came before Mr Corbyn told Sky News he still hadn’t made his mind up over Brexit when he once again dodged the question over whether his party supports leave or remain voters.
Mr Corbyn said he refuses to pick a side between Leave and Remain – despite the Halloween deadline being 43 days away.
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Mr Corbyn, who has been widely mocked for sitting on the fence when it came to his stance on Britain leaving the EU on October 31, said he “will not” stay neutral on the subject before adding the public will make their “final decision” in his characteristically fickle fashion.
The Guardian reported Mr Corbyn could not pick a side on Brexit this morning, which was rubbished when he appeared on Sky News this afternoon.
He said: “I can never stay neutral when jobs and living standards are at stake and I will not.
“But I will make sure that people of this country will have that choice and make that final decision.
“A government that promises to carry out the wishes of the people is surely something that is needed in this country.”
He then said that he would let the British public have the “final decision”.
Mr Corbyn’s constant backtracking over Brexit has led to Labour loosing support from constituencies who have voted red for decades, such as Grimsby, which has voted Labour for 70 years.