26% of Britons are favourable towards Jeremy Corbyn (up 4 points in a week), 56% are unfavourable (down 4 points).
Corbyn’s net favourability rating stands at -30 compared to -38 last week. However, the Labour leader still significantly trails Johnson’s score of -14.
In a poll taken over the weekend of the 6th to the 9th of December, the proportion of Britons that hold a favourable opinion of Jeremy Corbyn has increased 4 points, from 22% to 26%. Similarly, the proportion of Britons that hold an unfavourable view of the Labour leader has fallen from 60% to 56%. Corbyn now holds a net favourability rating of -30, the highest rating he has achieved in this series since the election campaign began.
However, Corbyn’s ratings still trial those of Boris Johnson. Johnson continues to have better favourability scores than the other party leaders in our survey, despite having negative ratings overall. For the third straight week, 33% are favourable towards Johnson, 47% unfavourable. Net -14.