Britain Thinks has been conducting surveys on how people experience the Brexit process since 2017 by quizzing the opinion of a nationally representative survey of 2,019 adults.
Respondents were asked the same question about the Labour leader: “If Jeremy Corbyn was a fictional character who would he be?”
The answer was no less flattering. Corbyn is seen as shying away from big debates, the report shows, leading to comparisons to Waldo of “Where’s Waldo” fame. (In the U.K. the disappearing cartoon character is known as Wally.)
The report says: “Labour under Corbyn is felt by both leave supporters and remain supporters to be putting off making a decision on Brexit, damaging their credibility.”
Corbyn says he favors renegotiating the withdrawal agreement with the European Union and then putting that deal to a second referendum.