POLL: Canadians Say Vast Majority Of Trudeau Cabinet Ministers Are Doing A Bad Job

Only a few Liberal cabinet ministers get positive ratings from the public.

A new poll shows the Canadian People give bad marks to the vast majority of the Trudeau Liberal cabinet, with only some exceptions.

The Angus Reid survey asked what Canadians thought about the performance of all cabinet ministers, dividing them up into three tiers based on name recognition.

Among the most well-known ministers, Chrystia Freeland (+20), Marc Garneau (+16), and Ralph Goodale (+3) get positive marks.

For all the other famous ministers, the ratings are negative.

The worst ratings are given to Ahmed Hussen (-26), Bill Morneau (-20), Bill Blair (-19), and Seamus O’Regan (-17).

For the next tier of ministers (in terms of name recognition), only Jody Wilson-Raybould (+14), Melanie Joly (+10), and Lawrence MacAulay (+4) get positive marks.

Canadians give terrible marks to Amarjeet Sohi (-36), Patty Hajdu (-22), Navdeep Bains (-20), and Carolyn Bennett (-15).

Among the lowest tier of ministers, the numbers are mostly negative, while name recognition is under 50%.

Clearly, the Trudeau Liberals are not getting good marks for their performance, with some of the most important ministries (finance, immigration, security, infrastructure) getting among the worst ratings.

The question now is whether the Opposition can convince Canadians that they can do a better job, which will be a challenge considering how the establishment media will be doing everything they can to boost the Liberals fortunes.

Spencer Fernando

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