If Donald Trump is feeling embattled, perhaps he can take solace by looking across the pond.

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Data: Evening Standard survey of 1,005 adults across Great Britain, Feb. 1–5. CNN survey of 1,011 U.S. adults, Jan. 30–Feb. 2; Chart: Andrew Witherspoon/Axios

By the numbers: British Prime Minister Theresa May, having failed to deliver a workable Brexit, has an approval rating of just 33%. And if she's feeling embattled, all she needs to do is look across the aisle at the Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn. His approval rating has now reached a truly abysmal 17%.

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