Star Wars fans across the globe have a poorer impression of Kylo Ren and Supreme Leader Snoke than they do Jar Jar Binks.

A symbol of ridicule for the widely mocked Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace, Jar Jar Binks alienated fans with his annoying voice and stupid catchphrases. But according to a survey released by Morning Consult, 37% of viewers now have a "favourable impression" of the character.

Kylo Ren's score was 5% lower at 32% and Supreme Leader Snoke bottomed the poll at 26%. Rey was not much better either, sitting just above Jar Jar Binks at 38%. Finn and BB-8 finished midtable on 39%.

The survey found that people still prefer the original trilogy characters with Princess Leia topping the charts at 73%. Luke Skywalker was equal runner-up with Chewbacca and Yoda (72%). Han Solo finished sixth on 68%.

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A recent survey revealed the most popular Star Wars characters. Morning Consult

Morning Consult also surveyed on which movies in the series were most loved, and the original trilogy came out comfortably on top. Episode IV: A New Hope, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and Episode VI: Return of the Jedi all returned scores of 94% from those surveyed (which was around 2200 people). But strangely, only about 45% of people surveyed had actually seen the films.

The prequel trilogy had the lowest impression, albeit still not an awful one. Episode I: The Phantom Menace was the lowest of the series at 84%, just above Episode II: Attack of the Clones at 85%. Episode III: Revenge of the Sith topped the trilogy at 88%. Again, the data was slightly distorted because only 40% respondents had seen the film.

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The survey also revealed the most favourable movies in the franchise. Morning Consult

And as for the new generation, appeal sits somewhere in the middle. 91% of people found Episode VII: The Force Awakens favourable, the same as Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.