Only way is up?Considering the last incumbent was May who was against the wall from the off it's quite something for someone to be even worse off so soon, esp after winning such a massive majority.
Mind you the parliamentary lot never wanted him in the first place and would kick him out first chance. Wholly reliant on support from the members and once he lost that the knives would be out quicker than you could say "et tu, Gove?" All he had to do to lose that support was show himself to be incompetent and that was never going to take long.
I'm just hoping we've reached the bottom of the barrel. It'll still be very much the dregs of the barrel, but not quite the bottom of it. We've had thoughts "I'd take May/Cameron/Brown/Blair/Major/Thatcher over this anyday" I can't imagine a situation other than imminent annihilation that could lead anyone thinking 'I'd even take Johnson back in charge now'
Could be the new Things Can Only Get Better