Among non-Labour voters the judgment on the party is even harsher – 77 per cent do not believe that Labour has the right leader and 73 per cent do not believe it has the right policies.
The poll found 71 per cent of this group believe Labour has lost touch with working-class people.
Almost half of those surveyed believe it should do more to “appeal to people’s aspiration and ambition”.
One senior backbench MP told the Sunday Mirror: “This shows what we have known all along. There is a fundamental problem with the Labour Party at the moment.
“I don’t think it’s as simple as saying that it’s the leader.”