Close To 20% Of People Agree This HGTV Star Is The Least Talented

HGTV has its fair share of fan-favorite home renovation stars. From the twin brother Canadian duo Jonathan and Drew Scott and the wife and husband team of Erin and Ben Napier to the posh Hilary Farr, the list of television-worthy home flippers grows almost every year. Despite having a variety of different home renovation and real-estate-themed shows, however, some fans of the network think that not every person on HGTV deserves their own show. Ouch. Many viewers even take to social media to share their thoughts on whose talents in home design and decor are lacking. So, because of these outspoken fans, we decided to do our own research.  

Nicki Swift conducted a survey of 607 people in the U.S. and asked them which HGTV star was the least talented on the network—and the answers are telling! So, if you're curious to know what your peers think of perhaps your favorite home reno star, we've got you covered. Keep reading to find out who fans think is the most under-qualified HGTV lead. We'll give you a hint, she's part of a mother/daughter duo and lovvves the Midwest. 

According to our survey, fans think Mina Starsiak Hawk is the least talented HGTV star

If you guessed Mina Starsiak Hawk, then you guessed right! Apparently, fans of HGTV think this Indianapolis-native is the least talented on the network. She and her mother, Karen Laine, star on their own home-flipping show, Good Bones, set in their hometown of Indianapolis. Mina also appears on Rock the Block, A Very Brady Renovation, and Brother vs. Brother, all on HGTV. In our survey, Mina received 117 votes (19.28%) for being the least talented HGTV star, which is somewhat shocking as her show Good Bones "currently ranks as a top 5 cable program," per Discovery

So, who do fans think is the most talented HGTV star? Turns out viewers think Joanna Gaines is the most qualified HGTV lead with only receiving 66 votes (10.87%) in our survey. Erin Napier received 73 votes, Hilary Farr received 84, The Property Brothers received 89, Nicole Curtis received 99, and "Other" received 79 votes.

Joanna's percentage isn't as shocking as Mina's, since she and her husband Chip are working on a number of new projects. In the next year, Joanna and Chip are set to launch their own network, Magnolia network, which will be available on Discovery+ and feature brand new episodes of "Fixer Upper: Welcome Home", Jo's cooking show "Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines," and more. 

Maybe Mina should consult her fellow HGTV companion to help win some fans over for future surveys.