Massive sample size – and overwhelming verdict
ITV viewers have responded en masse when the station asked who they thought had won the televised leaders’ debate this evening.
And their decision was emphatic.
Of just under 30,000 respondents – a massive sample – 78%, a shade under eight out of ten, made Corbyn their clear winner:
The verdict could hardly be clearer – from a group of respondents that dwarfed the 1200 or so used by YouGov and Sky News. Of course, that isn’t stopping the Establishment media from trying to claim it was a draw.
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