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Nigel Farage can be one of the best opposition chief if Sir Keir Starmer wins the General Election, in line with a brand new ballot.

Some 28% backed the Reform UK chief within the survey of 10,000 British voters by Redfield & Wilton Strategies.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was one level behind with 27%, whereas 14% mentioned Lib Dem chief Sir Ed Davey.

An extra 12% of respondents mentioned another person, whereas 19% didn’t know within the ballot carried out from June 7-10.

Among 2019 Tory voters, Mr Farage and Mr Sunak have been stage with 39% every.

It comes after Mr Farage made a sensational political comeback as Reform’s chief and to face in Clacton on the General Election.

But the Brexit architect was attacked on the marketing campaign path for the second time in per week immediately.

Mr Farage had objects which seemed to be a espresso cup and moist cement thrown at him whereas he was on high of a celebration battle bus in Barnsley, South Yorkshire.

He was final week doused in a milkshake as he launched his marketing campaign in Clacton in Essex.

But the 60-year-old tonight vowed he “will not surrender to the mob” following the incidents.

Speaking at a rally in Great Yarmouth in Norfolk, the Reform UK chief described the state of affairs as “very difficult because I actually like going out meeting people”.

He mentioned: “All I can say is that whilst it’s concerning and whilst of course it does make me thoughtful and I may need to change tactics, slightly, but I’m going to make one promise to you… and my promise is this: I will not surrender to the mob, I will not stop campaigning, this democratic process has to continue.”