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Most Britons are ready to vote for a new center ground party in the midst of chaos Tory and Labor, new opinion polls

Most Britons are ready to vote for a new center ground party in the midst of chaos Tory and Labor, new opinion polls

A majority of Britons would now consider voting for a new center-ground political movement amidst horrifying dismay from the state's main parties, an exclusive poll has revealed.

The exclusive research for The independent the number of people ready to support a new party has risen in just four months after a summer in which Labor's anti-Semitic crisis raged and the Tories tore themselves apart from Brexit.

In a particularly worrying development for Jeremy Corbyn, the BMG Research survey showed that one third of voters – including one-third of those who supported him in the 2017 elections – would support the Labor split as a party.

The data showed that nascent dissatisfaction among the main parties is the cause of the phenomenon, with a great leap forward in those who say that they are not well represented by one of them.

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