Labour voters prefer Jo Swinson to Jeremy Corbyn, poll finds
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A new opinion poll suggests that Labour voters prefer the Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson to Labour's Jeremy Corbyn.
The poll, carried out by Opinium, looked at net approval ratings for the main party leaders.
It found that with Labour voters in the 2017 general election more back Jo Swinson over Jeremy Corbyn.
According to the figures Boris Johnson has an approval rating of -46, Nigel Farage has an approval rating -38 and Jeremy Corbyn has a rating of -6.
Jo Swinson, on the otherhand, had a rating of +4.
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