Doug Ford, the ever-polarizing premier of Ontario has seen some quite awful polling numbers recently. A study conducted by Mainstreet Research shows that Ford's Ontario Progressive Conservative Party has a 22.4% approval rating.\nThe study also reveals that Doug Ford himself is unfavourable to over 73% of Ontarians. His predecessor, Kathleen Wynne only had a 23.7% approval rating but Ford's numbers are historically awful - only 19.9% of Ontarians currently approve of him.\nFord assumed office on June 28th, 2018 and it took him less than a year to hit these historically low numbers. Keep in mind that Wynne's numbers were based on her whole tenure as premier of Ontario.\nFrom combating the carbon tax to being compared to Donald Trump (and loving it) is it really any wonder that Ontarians have had enough of this guy? These numbers show that if an election were held today, Ford would probably lose.\nUnfortunately for Ontarians, they have to deal with another three years of Doug Ford and his government. While it's easy to make fun of the man, his political opinions are quite problematic for the good of Canada.\nHow bad has it gotten for Doug Ford? Look at his net favourability ratings today compared to @Kathleen_Wynne 's from more than a year ago.Wynne's were bad, but Ford with -53.5% are much much worse #onpoli pic.twitter.com/hkxmUnALxW— Joseph Angolano (@JosephAngolano) May 23, 2019\nFord has always been a controversial figure in Canadian politics. During his campaign to be mayor of Toronto, he was accused of bigotry and antisemitism due to some comments he made on the campaign trail.\nView this post on Instagram Thrilled to hear from the executives at NBC and Universal that Ontario’s open for business message is resonating across the film and tv industry. Ontario will stay committed to supporting jobs in this ever expanding industry. A post shared by Doug Ford (@fordnationdougford) on Apr 29, 2019 at 5:56pm PDT\nAfter his unsuccessful run for mayor, he decided to run for the premiership of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, to great success. Running on a classic conservative platform, he won by a landslide.\nREAD ALSO: Quebec Police On The Hunt For The Driver Of This Car After A Montreal Area Murder (Photos)\nOntario Polling:LIB: 39.9%NDP: 24.2%PC: 22.4%Green: 11.7%Other: 1.8%Mainstreet Research / May 22nd / 996 Respondents / IVR / MOE 3.1%#onpoli #cdnpoli— Polling Canada (@CanadianPolling) May 23, 2019\nPolling numbers suggest that if an election were held today, Ford's party would lose big time. It seems that Ontarians are fed up with a premier who favourably compares himself to Donald Trump, no matter how many beers are a dollar.\nView this post on Instagram Who tf doesn't like trees..? #torontomemes416 #ONpoli #torontolife #dougford #dollarbeers #cdnpoli #canpoli #dougfordsucks #fuckdougford A post shared by @ saylesstoronto on May 3, 2019 at 11:54am PDT\nUnfortunately for Ontarians, they have to deal with this for another three years because Ford's Progressive Conservative Party has the majority in the Ontario parliament. Could it be worse?\nOh, wait, Quebec's premier is also a problematic white man? Yay...\nView this post on Instagram Always love having the opportunity to personally thank our incredible police officers that keep our communities safe. Grateful for the warm welcome from everyone at the OPP detachment in Orillia yesterday afternoon. A post shared by Doug Ford (@fordnationdougford) on May 18, 2019 at 1:05pm PDT\nKeep in mind that these are only polling numbers and things do indeed change over time.\nLet's hope that our neighbours in Ontario maintain this trend, however, because Ford hasn't been too good for the province so far.\nFor more polling numbers and data, please visit Mainstreet Research.