Nigel Farage's UKIP has gone on the attack against The Times after the newspaper claimed his expenses are being probed.
YouGov asked the public to guess whether each of the major political party leaders went to private school.
Just 36% of the 2,076 people questioned in the BuzzFeed/YouGov poll correctly guessed that Nigel Farage went to private school, despite him happily talking about his time at London's prestigious Dulwich College on many previous occasions.
This falls even lower among people who say they will vote UKIP at the next general election: just 31% of potential UKIP voters believe Farage was privately educated, with 38% saying he went to a grammar school and 25% believing he went to a comprehensive.
In fact, out of the four politicians only Ed Miliband was educated at a comprehensive school. But just 13% of the public know this – the majority think he went private.
When YouGov asked voters whether their preferred party leader was in "in touch with normal people" the results again showed resounding backing for Farage.
An impressive 77% of UKIP supporters say Farage is in touch with normal people.
This compares to just 37% of likely Conservative voters who feel David Cameron understands the concerns of a typical member of the public.