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Likelihood of voting for Jeremy Corbyn due to his view on the use of nuclear weapons

Does Jeremy Corbyn’s attitude to the use of nuclear weapons make you more/less likely to vote Labour in the United Kingdom's (UK) general election on June 8th 2017?

by Daniel Clark, last edited May 31, 2018
Likelihood of voting for Jeremy Corbyn due to his view on the use of nuclear weapons This statistic displays the distribution of support among electorates regarding the Jeremy Corbyn’s attitude to the use of nuclear weapons and how it influences the electorate vote for the Labour Party in the United Kingdom's (UK) general election on June 8th 2017. The data shows that 31.3 percent of the sample group were less likely to vote Labour as a result. Whereas 41.6 percent stated that it made no difference.
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Does Jeremy Corbyn’s attitude to the use of nuclear weapons make you more/less likely to vote Labour in the United Kingdom's (UK) general election on June 8th 2017?

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