Labour’s manifesto has been given the thumbs up by voters, a Mirror poll reveals today.
The ComRes survey shows overwhelming support for plans to re-nationalise energy, tax the wealthiest and cap the pension age rise.
But the poll also finds a clear majority do not rate Jeremy Corbyn as a candidate to be Prime Minister.
A draft version of Labour’s policy agenda leaked to the Mirror sets out bold plans to bring back energy, the railways and Royal Mail under control.
Our snap opinion poll found almost every Labour policy announcement went down well with voters.
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