The Telegraph reports:
Labour is now the third most popular party among working class voters, a new poll has revealed, as the party faces a close-run battle with Ukip to hold on to one of its key seats in the north.
Research undertaken by YouGov found that Labour ranks behind Ukip and the Conservatives among lower-income voters for what could be the first time in the party’s history.
A trend around the world possibly as the working class abandon parties of the left.
We see this in New Zealand also. How many working class males still vote Labour?
It comes amid dire polling for Labour which shows the party trailing the Conservatives by almost 20 percentage points on its equal lowest level since Mr Corbyn became party leader.
The latest YouGov poll for The Times put Labour at 24 per cent, matching a survey for the company in December last year.
UK Labour is now polling as badly as NZ Labour!