Call a topological space $X$ standard Borel if $X$ is standard Borel as a measurable space (equipped with its Borel $\sigma$-algebra), i.e. if there is a Borel isomorphism between $X$ and a Polish space.

Clearly all Polish spaces are standard Borel by definition, but the converse is not true (any Borel subset of a Polish space is standard Borel, but it is Polish under the subspace topology if and only if it is $G_\delta$).

Is there a purely topological characterization of which topological spaces are standard Borel?

If an exact characterization is hopeless, I am interested in sufficient or necessary topological conditions that are weaker than Polish. For example, is any standard Borel topological space second-countable? Metrizable? Homeomorphic to a Borel subset of a Polish space?

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