^ Corbyn seems to think that the general population want to see his views put into practise, therefore that his views are becoming mainstream and centre ground.^
As I have noted on another thread somewhere, polling is showing that a very significant number of people are agreeing with Corbyn, particularly in relation to re-nationalisation of some sectors. So he has, I think, every right to feel that his 'views' are becoming mainstream. Of course, whether or not this translates into votes is entirely another matter.
On the other hand, May, with absolutely no justification at all, can say, with a straight face, things like 'the country is behind her on Brexit', which is so completely untrue and unevidenced as to be laughable (if it weren't so tragic).