People who like this public figure describe this public figure as
Genuine, Committed, Socialist, Good speaker, Left-wing, Principled, Clever, Articulate, Honest and Stands up for ordinary people.
People who like this public figure also tend to like other public figures such as Tony Benn, Dennis Skinner, Neil Kinnock, Ken Livingstone and Glenda Jackson.
People who like this public figure are more likely than most to think of themselves as Knowledgeable, Disorganised, Ethical, Principled and Arrogant. Their general interests are more likely to include Politics, Art, Philosophy, History and International News.
People who like this public figure say the issues most important to them include War, NHS and The British Monarchy.
This public figure is particularly popular among readers of The Guardian. People who like this public figure are statistically more likely to be found driving cars such as Ford.
People who like this public figure tend to like brands such as John Lewis.
Their favourite books are: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, Brave New World, The Catcher in the Rye, Catch-22, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Grapes of Wrath, The Time Machine, The Wind in the Willows, Life, the Universe and Everything and Nineteen Eighty-Four.
They like reading magazines such as New Statesman and Private Eye.
People who dislike this public figure describe this public figure as
Left-wing, Socialist, Weak, Outdated, Unelectable, Stuck in the past, Scruffy, Irrelevant, Embarrassing and Incompetent.
This public figure is least popular amongst supporters of the
People who dislike this public figure are likely to be found reading
The Daily Telegraph.
People who dislike this public figure are more likely to prefer Norman Tebbit, Margaret Thatcher, Ann Widdecombe, David Davis and Iain Duncan Smith.