Donald Tsang Yam-kuen's popularity has plunged since the handover, a survey commissioned by the South China Morning Post has found. Those dissatisfied with the Financial Secretary jumped from six per cent in July last year to 31 per cent in the latest poll completed on Monday. Chief Secretary for Administration Anson Chan Fang On-sang continued to be the most popular leader, in the Asian Commercial Research survey of 706 respondents. However, respondents satisfied with her performance dropped to 80 per cent. Dissatisfaction almost doubled to 15 per cent from May. Citizens Party chairwoman Christine Loh Kung-wai, included in the leaders ratings for the first time, came second at 71 per cent. She narrowly beat The Frontier's Emily Lau Wai-hing, who scored 69 per cent. She was also ranked for the first time in the series. Democrat leader Martin Lee Chu-ming, whose rating dropped four percentage points to 64 from May, ranked fifth after Mr Tsang. Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa's support dipped to the lowest since the handover, to rank sixth at 61 per cent. Liberal Party leader Allen Lee Peng-fei and Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong chairman Tsang Yok-sing both climbed three percentage points from May to rank eighth and 10th respectively. However, they were beaten by independent Andrew Wong Wang-fat, who grabbed seventh place with 60 per cent. He was also ranked for the first time. He would defeat Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai in the race for the Legislative Council presidency if the public had a say. Up to 48 per cent would vote for him, while Mrs Fan would only secure 25 per cent.