Disabled people in the UK say that given half the chance they would definitely boo George Osborne - despite the upturn in the economy.
The chancellor was booed by 80,000 spectators as he presented medals at the 2012 Paralympics.
A recent survey found that 80% of disabled people would boo the chancellor. Twenty per cent said they would rather assassinate him.
Osborne's advisers are said to be worried that an improving economy has not lifted Osborne's popularity amongst voters.
'George is still very boo-able,' said a Treasury spokesman. 'The smug smile doesn't help.'
On a recent visit to a primary school Osborne was quickly hustled from the room when aides sensed the 500 pupils were about to start booing.
Able-bodied pensioner Jim Willets said he booed Osborne whenever he appeared on television.
'I even boo his picture in the newspapers,' he said. 'Then I feel better.'