26 per cent of those surveyed said they would throw their weight behind an anti-immigrant party because they feel alienated from every other group .
ONE in four people would vote for a far-right, anti-immigrant a shock poll revealed .
As Theresa May’s Chequers deal continues to anger Brexiteers, growing numbers of people are set to back extreme parties.
More voters are feeling alienated from the two main political parties, the polling showed.
24 per cent would be prepared to support a group which harboured anti-immigrant policies.
And in findings that sent a warning shot to No10, the YouGov survey found 38 per cent would vote for a new party on the right that was committed to Brexit.
Meanwhile, one in three voters said they would support a new anti-Brexit centrist partythat could overturn the referendum result.
The findings could show the UK is following the rest of Europe in seeing a rise of far-right parties.
The after effects of a migrant crisis and scepticism after the Brexit vote have seen voters veer towards the right.
Donald Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon said last weekend he wanted to capture this across Europe to boost the spread of far-right groups.
And former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson has found new following of supporters .
But the rise of Jeremy Corbyn’s far-left Labour party, who are still riding high in Britain’s polls, and Spain’s socialist party taking over the Government, have shown voters are more divided than ever.
The YouGov survey for the Sunday Times also revealed Boris Johnson has more than twice the support of her to deliver on Brexit.
Some 34 per cent said the former Foreign Secretary would be best placed to oversee the Brexit talks with Brussels and lead the Tories into the next election.
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