Q. In your opinion, who is most responsible for the recent Covid-19 outbreaks and spread of the virus within aged care facilities?
|State or Territory governments||28%||30%|
|Aged Care providers||41%||42%|
|Total||Gender||Age Group||Federal Voting Intention|
|Male||Female||18-34||35-54||55+||Labor||Liberal + National||Greens||TOTAL: Other|
|State or Territory governments||28%||29%||28%||37%||27%||23%||26%||33%||31%||17%|
|Aged care providers||41%||36%||45%||26%||38%||55%||32%||44%||35%||49%|
- Responsibility for the outbreaks in aged care is shared between Federal and state governments, an aged care providers. Consistent with results a fortnight ago, 42% say the providers hold the most responsibility (42% in last poll), 31% identify the Federal government (no change from 28%) and 28% the state governments (from 30%).
- Women, people aged over 55 and Coalition voters are most likely to hold aged care providers responsible, while Labor voters are more likely to say the Federal government has the most responsibility (42%).
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