Speaking at the Chatham House think-tank in London, Mr Corbyn cautioned against a "bomb first, talk later" approach to foreign policy.
Corbyn, who promised to "protect the safety and security of our people and our country", has previously been critical of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) military alliance. And for the prime minister, the long-time Labour rebel and anti-war campaigner turned party leader is a gift that keeps on giving.
He will add: "Britain deserves better than simply outsourcing our country's security and prosperity to the whims of the Trump White House".
Corbyn said he would take a different direction, calling the USA -led "war on terror" a failure. "So no more hand-holding with Donald Trump".
"But I am not a pacifist".
All three of the new surveys were conducted before Labour's manifesto was leaked on Thursday.
Several leading newspapers accused Corbyn of putting forward a "far-left" agenda which would "take Britain back to the 1970s" and serve as a "suicide note" for the party.
He said it would be "an offer that will transform the lives of many people in our society and ensure that we have a government in Britain on 8 June that will work for the many, not the few". "We need to create a dialogue", the Labour leader said, as dictator Kim Jong-un clashes with Trump.
Banning zero hours contracts was supported by 71% with just 16% against, and 65% said they agreed with raising income tax on those earning more than £80,000 a year with 23% opposed.
The Conservative government in the United Kingdom, led by Theresa May, "is leading the country towards a disastrous hard Brexit from the European Union", the statement said, adding that the party's aim is "to make Britain a low-priced economy on the peripheries of Europe and to use the opportunity to drive down salaries, workers' rights and social spending".
Corbyn said that a Labour government would seek greater global cooperation to end the conflict in Syria and "work to halt the drift to confrontation with Russia ... winding down tensions on the Russia-NATO border".
"Under the Tories, working families are set to be an average of £1,400 a year worse off, real wages are lower now than they were in 2010 and almost six million people are paid less than the living wage".