Before Jeremy Corbyn wrote to Theresa May outlining the changes he wants made to her Withdrawal Agreement, Ipsos MORI’s new Political Monitor shows that his satisfaction ratings have fallen to their lowest ever levels. Fewer than one in five (17%) say that they are satisfied with the way Jeremy Corbyn is doing his job as Leader of the Opposition (down from 27% in December), which is the lowest recorded for a Labour leader since Michael Foot, who dropped to 13% in August 1982. Meanwhile, nearly three in four (72%) say they are dissatisfied with his performance, putting his net-satisfaction at -55. This compares with Mrs May who despite a trying start to 2019, only drops three points since December, and is now on -25. Even among Labour party supporters, under half (44%) say they are satisfied with Mr Corbyn, while 46% say they are dissatisfied, meaning that his net-satisfaction among party supporters dips into negative figures (-2) for the first time since the 2017 General Election campaign.