How CEOs rate the Ministers

From the Herald Mood of the Boardroom:

1. Grant Robertson (Finance) 4.18/5 (+0.66)
2. Jacinda Ardern (Prime Minister) 3.91/5 (+0.98)
3. Kris Faafoi (Commerce) 3.46/5 (-0.12)
4. Andrew Little (Justice) 3.24/5 (+0.10)
5. James Shaw (Climate Change) 3.15/5 (+0.10)
6. Chris Hipkins (Health/Education) 3.12/5 (+0.78)
7. Megan Woods (Energy/Housing) 3.07/5 (+0.63)
8. David Parker (Trade/Environment) 3.04/5 (-0.04)
9. Ron Mark (Defence) 2.69/5
10. Damien O’Connor (Agriculture) 2.67/5
11. Stuart Nash (Revenue/Small Business) 2.66/5 (+0.17)
12. Tracey Martin (Children 2.60/5)
13. Eugenie Sage (Conservation) 2.57/5 (+.28)
14. Winston Peters (Deputy PM/Foreign Affairs) 2.47/5 (-0.45)
15. Peeni Henare (Civil Defence) 2.38/5
16. Carmel Sepuloni (Social Development) 2.37/5 (-0.03)
17. Julie Anne Genter (Women) 2.37/5
18. Nanaia Mahuta (Local Govt.) 2.2/5 (+0.1)
19. Jenny Salesa (Building & Construction) 2.16/5 (+0.15)
20. Aupito William Sio (Pacific Peoples) 2.15/5
21. Poto Williams (Community & Volunteer) 2.06/5
22. Shane Jones (Regional Development /Infrastructure) 1.89/5 (-0.54)
23. Willie Jackson (Employment) 1.80/5
24. Phil Twyford (Transport) 1.61/5 (nc)
25. Kelvin Davis (Tourism) 1.59/5 (-0.37)

So 8 out of 25 Ministers ranked 3/5 or better and 13 ranked 2.5 or better.

The bottom ranked Minister (takes a lot to beat Phil Twyford) is the man who will be Deputy Prime Minister if it is a sole Labour Government!

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