OTTAWA – The Canadians seem to throw their support on the # 39; The Foreign Affairs Minister, Chrystia Freeland, has defeated the new trade trade with the US, but influencing energy ministers and immigrants, according to a new survey. Evaluation of members' performance to Liberal cabinet.
His vote was received from the Angus Reid Institute that Freeland received the highest level of agreement of any minister in the cabinet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, with a score of +20 (taken out by removing the percentage of respondents who said her performance was "bad" from the percentage who said she had a "good" presentation over the last year). The highest score was given to the Minister for Transport Marc Garneau at +16.
The Minister of Natural Resources, Amarjeet Sohi, who is over the Trans File's consistent file, obtains the minimum level of agreement of any minister at -36. Immigration minister, refugee and citizenship, Ahmed Hussen, received the second lowest level at -26.
Angus Reid's vote heard from 1,800 Canadian researchers through an online survey between 28 November and 6 December. The results within the area are a two-point error error, 19 times out of 20. The ministers' recognition of Cabinet ministers had been better since 2017, when six out of 10 Canadians did not get b & They can name more than five cabinet ministers. This year's vote was the same ratio of people who could have a name 11. (Everyone who participated in voting 11 or 12 pictures of ministers, with their name and title, and they checked if they thought a minister was doing a good job, poor job, or at least he did not know They were the accused minister or they knew enough about their performance to create an idea.)
This inspection was carried out from November 28 to December 6, after Freeland decided to make a new trade agreement with the US, ending over a year and a time ago; dialogue discussion. At the same time, Sohi had to travel the second round of government arrangements with the First Nations communities opposed to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, after purchasing a purchase project for $ 4.5 billion in August. Hussen has been an immigrant minister among the number of hearing-makers in Canada, who have put too much emphasis on the system that has been in a position. monitor these applications.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau received among the lowest scores at -20 (or 23 per cent of respondents saying his performance was "good", and 43 per cent said he was "bad"). not equivalent to its 2017 score, despite Ottawa to include the controversial tax changes on business taxes; That year, which had a bad solution from a business community.
The Minister for Development, Science and Economic Development, Navdeep Bains, scored -20.
Among the smallest pressures was the Minister for Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna (-8), Minister of Defense Harjit Sajjan (-7) and Minister of Aboriginal Services Jane Philpott (-9).
Amongst 10 of the most prominent chapter ministers, Minister of Old Service Cases Seamus O Regan received the lowest level of agreement among respondents from the previous Liberal vote survey, with a score of +18. Freeland won the highest level among those electors at +65, with Garneau second at +57.
Respondent respondents, Hussen (-46) and Morneau (-40) made the lowest level.
Morneau was the most recognized minister in the survey, with 83 per cent of respondents saying he has identified him, and then Freeland (79 per cent), Sajjan (76 per cent) and McKenna (75 per cent).