Majority of Labour's 2017 voters want Jeremy Corbyn to stand down

PUBLISHED: 08:34 23 September 2019 | UPDATED: 08:34 23 September 2019

Jeremy Corbyn appearing The Andrew Marr Show in Brighton. Photograph: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Wire

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Jeremy Corbyn appearing The Andrew Marr Show in Brighton. Photograph: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Wire .

A new YouGov poll has found that a majority of those who voted Labour in 2017 want Jeremy Corbyn to stand down.

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Just 29% of voters want Jeremy Corbyn to stay in post, with 54% wanting the Labour leader to resign.

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That number grows when factoring in all voters with 58% saying that he should resign and just 20% disagreeing.

Polling has also found that 69% believe Labour were either "completely unclear" or "fairly unclear" with its Brexit position with just 15% believing it was clear.

The party's 2017 general election voters were also divided with 58% saying the position was unclear and 30% saying it was clear.

The same group of voters also appear to prefer Jo Swinson to Jeremy Corbyn.

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