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Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters have raised £6,500 for a ballot of which revealed the ousted Labour chief is ready to lose his seat.

The impartial candidate for Islington North was mocked by social media customers when the outcomes of the Survation projection had been revealed tonight.

Pollsters have discovered that Corbyn is 14 factors behind his Labour rival Praful Nargund, who’s on 43%.

The ballot, for Stats for Lefties and Novara Media, discovered that Corbyn as an impartial was second, at 29% of the vote.

Chris Giles, an economics commentator, stated: “Presumably not the result the sponsors of the poll wanted.”

Another social media person stated: “No matter where you stand on the political spectrum, I think we can all agree that the fact Novara and LeftieStats have commissioned this is incredibly, incredibly funny.”

Ell Folan, who runs Leftie Stats, created a GoFundMe to boost funds for the ballot.

On the web page, they stated: “The 2024 general election is here, and Jeremy Corbyn is running to be the independent MP for Islington North.

“But because it is a highly local contest, we have no idea how the voters there currently intend to vote. That’s where you come in. It’s time to do some polling!

“I’m aiming to raise £6,500 by 17th June so I can commission a voting intention poll of Islington North from Survation.

“I want to get this polling done as soon as possible, so I’m aiming to raise £6,500 by the 17th of June. If you can give even a few pounds, that will make a huge difference.”

In March 2023, Labour’s National Executive Committee didn’t endorse Corbyn as a 2024 basic election candidate.

In May 2024, after that election was referred to as, Corbyn introduced he would stand as an impartial candidate. He was expelled from the Labour Party.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1915338/jeremy-corbyn-islington-poll-lose-general-election