By Jeff Damulira
I truly believe that the next general election will be won by a leader that has relentlessly focused and campaigned for the interest and needs of people from different socioeconomic status and different cultures. But, if we observe closely on the entire population and split into different ages, experiences and education. We can analyse the difference in statistics on correlation between which political leader has won the hearts and minds of majority of the population. Despite, right wing members in conservative party becoming less passionate, in comparison to left wing members of labour party- because, from a psychological point of view, the less enemies you have, the more complacent you become. As, you can see Jeremy Corbyn having a vast legion of enemies from media to right wing members from the opposition and his own party. But, it seems to have an paradox effect, since he has consistently campaigned for fighting against social and economic inequality, injustice and campaigning for a fairer society for the wide population. Since, I have watched television more often, I have come to conclusion, that a lot more people are having certain problem; that needs to be resolved and it seems like Jeremy Corbyn promised to deliver his solution to fix those problems. Nevertheless, a leader that can fix more and more problems, will have a higher leverage in comparison to the opposition.