The idea that the 1982 Falklands War was still relevant coming into the 1987 election is delusional. But believe what you wish.
The Republicans in US are at 44%.
UKIP is at 12%, 0.6% lower than 2015 election.
Labour is at 28%, 3% lower than 2015 election.
In 2016 Local elections the Tories lost just 1 council despite two cabinet resignations and infighting over Brexit.
Get real. Divided parties struggle, but Labour struggles more because it is inept and so are their policies according to the general public.
Correct they don't. The Right-wing vote is ALWAYS underestimated in the UK, as shown by 2015 GE and Brexit at the latest. This means that the miserable Labour vote of 28% is actually overestimated by a few percentage points. Who knows, perhaps Labour isn't even at 25%.
Never has the left-wing vote been underestimated. In the history of polling.
No, they can't. Labour is talking to itself.
Corbyn has zero hope of bringing back Labour voters that hemorrhaged to Conservatives and UKIP.
Corbyn has close to no hope of bringing back Lib Dem voters.
So who will give him the winning vote? Non-voters or Greens (there aren't enough of them) ???