Many felt she had not contributed much to the development of her ministry.
With all the controversy surrounding PKR vice-president, Zuraida Kamaruddin and her alleged misconduct, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), Suara Rakyat is now conducting a public poll on her.
The poll lists down five questions regarding the Housing and Local Government Minister, which include whether the people think Zuraida is a traitor to the party.
The other questions asked in the poll are whether she should be sacked from her ministerial post, whether she should be forgiven for her mistakes towards PKR and if she is a competent minister.
The final question is whether there have been any visible improvements to the Housing and Local Government Ministry since she took over.
Zuraida has taken a leave of absence from all party posts until disciplinary proceedings against her end.
She has informed PKR president, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim that she is relinquishing her duties as the party vice-president and Ampang division chief.
A show-cause letter was issued to her on Jan 18 following her speech at the Renaissance Hotel Kuala Lumpur in December where she allegedly insulted party members and disclosed details of a private conversation with Anwar.
From the poll results so far, the public have not been too favourable of the minister and many felt she had not contributed much to the development of the ministry.
It is learnt that the poll by Suara Rakyat was initiated to gauge how the public felt about her and her position in the party.