Q. Overall, do you think Victoria has moved too quickly, too slowly or at about the right speed in terms of lifting lockdown restrictions?
[ASKED IN VICTORIA ONLY]
|Total||Gender||Age Group||Federal Voting Intention||Location|
|Moved too quickly||7%||9%||5%||8%||9%||2%||3%||8%||7%||7%|
|About the right speed||65%||60%||71%||62%||68%||65%||77%||55%||68%||58%|
|Moved too slowly||28%||32%||24%||29%||22%||32%||20%||37%||26%||35%|
- Victorians are generally satisfied with the speed of the easing of Covid-19 restrictions with 65% saying it’s about right. 28% think the government have moved too slowly and just 7% said they moved too quickly.
- Those most likely to think the government has moved too slowly include men (32%), those aged 55+ (32%), people living in regional Victoria (35%) and Coalition voters (37%).
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