2019 Aug 17, 7:24am
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Almost half of Britons surveyed would prefer to see no deal and no Jeremy Corbyn in a shock YouGov survey that scores a massive win for Leavers. The poll showed 48 percent of 1,968 Britons want to leave the European bloc without a deal and without Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister, compared to just 35 percent who wish to see a second referendum and the Labour leader in Number 10. Leavers are almost united behind a no-deal exit, with 80 percent of Leave voters surveyed saying they back no European agreement and no interventions from Mr Corbyn. But in a blow for Remainers, their vote is shockingly split. Just 64 percent wish to see the Labour leader in charge and a guaranteed second referendum, with 23 percent backing a no deal split and Boris Johnson in Number 10. Despite the Liberal Democrats promising to stop Brexit, 18 percent of people who say they will vote for Jo Swinson’s party claim they would rather see a no deal than Jeremy Corbyn in power.