In June, Corbyn faced a motion of now confidence and saw half of the shadow cabinet resign in protest at what they claimed was his inability to head the main opposition party after Brexit. The politician refused to resign and said he would take part in the party leadership election due to take place on August 22. Aside from Corbyn and Eagle, former Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Owen Smith will also be included on the ballot.
According to the poll, 55 percent of respondents are satisfied with Corbyn's performance as Labour leader.
Both Eagle and Smith resigned from Corbyn's Shadow Cabinet following the referendum on the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, and announced their candidacy in the wake of a no confidence vote among parliamentary members of the party.