Ghanaians surveyed in the latest report by the University of Ghana have named Education Minister Mathew Opoku Prempeh as the most performing minister in the Akufo-Addo government.
He was followed by the Agric minister Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto.
The Survey conducted by the Political Science department at the University of Ghana also sampled views on Members of Parliament and what the impressions of the voters were on them.
It had 42.6% of the respondents ready to retain their lawmakers with 7.9% of the respondents still undecided.
Also, a majority of the respondents representing 46.7% do not want their incumbent MPs to contest in 2020 general elections while 42.4% want their MPs to contest with 10.9% still undecided on whether their MPs should contest or not.
In two regions 50% or more would vote for the incumbents: Volta (56.4%) & Oti (50.0%), the report said.
“In nine others 40% or more would vote for the incumbents: Savannah (48.7%), Ashanti (45.7%), Bono East (45.7%), Ahafo (45.5%), Northern (45.3%), Western North (45.2%), Upper West (42.7%), Eastern (41.7%) & Central (40.7%).