Jeremy Corbyn's new Shadow Cabinet is dominated by MPs who nominated Andy Burnham in the leadership election.
Burnham's backers total 11, around one-third of the top table, while eight MPs nominated Yvette Cooper.
Corbyn's team on the frontbench for the first time
The break-down underlines how the new leader struggled to even get on the ballot, which was decided entirely by MPs, despite his thumping victory on Saturday.
The nominations by MPs is the only public record of their support. Some MPs who "lent" Mr Corbyn their backing so the left-winger could take part in the contest switched their preference, but their votes otherwise appeared to remain the same.
Three of Mr Corbyn's most high-profile backers from the start - fellow left-wingers John McDonnell, Jon Trickett and Diane Abbott - were given Cabinet berths. Gloria De Piero was the sole Liz Kendall supporter to accept a job offer.
Mr Corbyn today said his Cabinet was "unifying, dynamic, inclusive", and his supporters will point to how it reflects the left and right of the party.
But his negotiations were hamstrung as several senior figures who served under Ed Miliband have refused to join Corbyn's team or have not been offered jobs. Chuka Umunna, Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall, Tristram Hunt, Caroline Flint and others have all moved to the backbenches.
11 MPs In The Shadow Cabinet Who Nominated Andy Burnham
Andy Burnham - Shadow Home Secretary
Hilary Benn - Shadow Foreign Secretary
Heidi Alexander - Shadow Secretary of State for Health
Lucy Powell - Shadow Secretary of State for Education
Owen Smith - Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
Lisa Nandy - Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change
Lilian Greenwood -Shadow Secretary of State for Transport
Nia Griffith - Shadow Secretary of State for Wales
Kerry McCarthy - Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Michael Dugher - Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport
Luciana Berger - Shadow Minister for Mental Health
8 MPs In The Shadow Cabinet Who Nominated Yvette Cooper
Seema Malhotra - Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury
Maria Eagle - Shadow Secretary of State for Defence
Chris Bryant - Shadow Leader of the House of Commons
Vernon Coaker - Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
Kate Green - Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities
Catherine McKinnell - Shadow Attorney General
Jonathan Ashworth - Shadow Minister without Portfolio
John Healey - Shadow Minister for Housing and Planning
3 MPs In The Shadow Cabinet Who Nominated Jeremy Corbyn (4 including Corbyn)
John McDonnell - Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
Jon Trickett - Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Shadow Minister for the Constitutional Convention
Diane Abbott - Shadow Secretary of State for International Development
One MP In The Shadow Cabinet Who Nominated Liz Kendall
Gloria De Piero - Shadow Minister for Young People and Voter Registration
Did Not Nominate
Tom Watson - Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, Party Chair and Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office
Angela Eagle - Shadow First Secretary of State, Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills
Rosie Winterton - Opposition Chief Whip
Ian Murray - Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland
Could Not Nominate
Lord Falconer of Thoroton - Shadow Lord Chancellor, Shadow Secretary of State for Justice
Baroness Smith of Basildon - Shadow Leader of the House of Lords
Lord Bassam of Brighton - Lords Chief Whip