Of the 145 respondents, 64 per cent selected 'no, there’s no way his hard-left views can win over centrist voters'.
Only 33 per cent said Corbyn could become PM, choosing the option 'yes, he’s a breath of fresh air for the electorate', while the remaining 3 per cent had their mind on other matters, selecting 'I don’t care, when does the rugby start?'.
Following the latest criticism of Corbyn in the media yesterday after he refused to sing the national anthem at a World War Two commemoration service, several commentators told PRWeek that Corbyn needed to add to his PR team or change his PR strategy.
Today, PRWeek features editor Alex Benady writes that Corbyn's "anti-spin" approach has backfired, leaving him to face "probably the angriest and most vitriolic media outpourings since The Sun’s ‘anti-paedo’ campaigns of the early noughties".