Former Senator Nick Xenophon, who was also a minister for health and then the environment, is the worst of the bunch.
His net favourable rating has been downgraded to -2.4 per cent from -3.1 per cent in the last fortnight.
Xenophon has now been the most disliked senator in the history of the ABC’s national daily politics show, which measures the net favourability of each party’s senators.
The latest figures show Xenophon’s net favourable ratings have fallen from 20.9 per cent to 18.6 per cent.
His ratings dropped to -10.3 per cent since the first episode of the program aired on October 14, and he has been rated at -11.5 per cent by voters since then.
Xenotreems net favourable score is currently -2, with a net favourable of -4.3.
Senator Nick D’Arcy has been the least hated senator in history of ABC’s daily politics program, which assesses the net favourable views of each political party’s senator, according to voters’ assessments of the senator’s performance.
Senator D’Araulic has been in the top 20 since the show began in July.
Senator Xenophon and D’Elaulic both scored a negative net favourable in their first episode, but they both scored positive net favourables in their subsequent episodes, which has helped them to rise to the top of the list.
The ABC’s Politics and Current Affairs team will examine the senators’ performance in the wake of the latest ratings results in a special ABC News.