It's not just in the polls that Jeremy Corbyn's popularity is seeing a surge - it seems his name itself is a source of inspiration!
Experts are predicting 'Corbyn' will be the hottest name for newborns in 2017 after his rousing speeches and Glastonbury appearance have boosted the Labour leader's profile even further.
Parenting forum ChannelMum.com surveyed parents on the site and according to their results, more than half of mums and dads would consider Corbyn as a name for their baby, the Mirror reports.
The moniker has already rocketed 50% in the desirable name stakes between 2014-15, but is expected to see a sharper increase following Mr Corbyn’s rock star status since the election.
And his stellar rise with the rank and file has also brought the name Jeremy back into fashion with 15% of parents saying they would name a son after him.
By contrast only 4% would use Theresa for a newborn girl, although 38% plumped for May .
Despite the flamboyance of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson only 5% of parents would put Boris on their baby names shortlist, along with Diane after Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott and Donald in honour of the US President Donald Trump.
Overall, election-led names are one of the fastest-growing baby trends with a quarter of mums and dads seeing more politically inspired monikers in their area, the research revealed.
So-called “unicorn names” like Rainbow, Twinkle and Sparkle have seen a 10% increase in popularity while Scandi names such as Magnus, Freya and Astrid are up 13%.
One of the unexpected trends is a 6% rise in the use of Muslim names by non-Muslim families with Zane, Zahra, Farah and Omar gaining ground.
The research revealed two thirds of parents are using surnames as first names with Cooper, Parker, Jones, Carter, Mason and Hunter popular for boys.
Traditional English names like Sarah, Emma, Penelope and Lucy are fashionable with 61% of parents for girls.
And X marks the spot for one in three mums and dads as ChannelMum has seen an increase in choices such as Xanthe, Xander and Jaxxon .
One in 10 fans of smash hit Disney film Frozen have picked Olaf, Anna, Elsa or Kai for their tots, the study found.
According to the poll, a third of couples have rowed over naming their baby but two thirds chose a name ahead of the birth while a fifth waited until the child was born to see if they looked like a particular name.
Seven in ten parents felt a child was judged by their name but three quarters said they would feel hurt if their youngster changed their name because they hated it.
ChannelMum founder Siobhan Freegard said: “Names reflect both changing fashions and our changing society, such as the rise in use of many beautiful Muslim names.
“Corbyn is the stand-out naming trend this year, and we expect to see lots of babies conceived at Glastonbury or over the election period named after the Labour leader.
“But remember a week is a long time in politics and your child will have that name for a lifetime, so do consider the effects of naming a child after any politician.”