The opinion survey was conducted with 1,205 respondents on February 9 to 10.
About 35 per cent said they were dissatisfied with the lineup and 15 per cent had no opinion on the matter.
From the score of one to 10 in public confidence, Mingkwan received the highest point of 5.49, followed by Industry Minister Suwith Khunkitti (5.26) and Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej (5.24) who tied with Agriculture Minister Somsak Prissanananthakul.
Interior Minister Chalerm Yoobamrung scored in the bottom three with 4.7 points.
In regard to public expectations on the government performance, about 10 per cent voiced optimism the government would be able to solve the southern insurgency. Almost 54 per cent said they were sceptic on the government's ability. And about 36 per cent said they were uncertain.
Almost 34 per cent were positive about the government's success in tackling economic problems. About 22 per cent were negative and some 44 per cent were uncertain.