Theresa May has the lowest satisfaction rating ever recorded for a Prime Minister in the month after an election, according to a new poll.
Jeremy Corbyn overtook Ms May for the first time, according to an Ipsos MORI survey for our sister paper The London Evening Standard.
Just 34 per cent of adults said they were satisfied with Ms May, while 59 per cent said they were dissatisfied.
It is her worst result since becoming Prime Minister after David Cameron stood down following the Brexit vote, when she was given a net satisfaction rating of -25.
The poll of 1,071 adults across the UK found 44 per cent said they were satisfied with the Labour leader, one per cent fewer than those who are dissatisfied.
Last month, Mr Corbyn had a net rating of -11.
The only other Prime Minister to receive a negative rating in the month after an election since the polling organisation began asking …