Theresa May placing herself stage forward in this election campaign is increasingly thought a mistake even in the Tory-friendly newspapers. Overall NA- seems a fair assessment.
Jeremy Corbyn's origins in the West Country, his family photographs, and poor handwriting point to sanguine non-perfectionism. His consistency in activism has unusually become one of his stronger points; it has been a long time since the UK had a leader who has largely been proven to be on the 'right side of history'. Younger voters are generally more enthused about this unconventional politician, much as younger people in the USA remain enthused for Bernie Sanders.
Jeremy Corbyn - for whom N is a good assessment - is calmer and less gesticulating than Mr. Sanders, whom we thought to be NPA.
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