Majority of Victorians approve of the Premier's handling of his job: Roy Morgan

Majority of Victorians approve of the Premier's handling of his job: Roy Morgan
Majority of Victorians approve of the Premier's handling of his job: Roy Morgan

A large majority of Victorians approve of the way Premier Daniel Andrews is handling his job, according to a Roy Morgan Snap SMS survey on Victoria’s Stage 4 restrictions.

However, 76 per cent said the Victorian government should compensate small businesses not forced to close.

The current restrictions will continue until the end of September, with a longer roadmap keeping many businesses closed throughout October.

The survey asked respondents three questions from a pool of six to determine their attitudes towards the current government directives.

According to the results, only 38 per cent of Melbournians say the night-time curfew in Melbourne should end now, compared to only 31 per cent of country Victorians.

Over 80 per cent of respondents who identified with the ALP and Greens parties, supported Andrews’ handling, whilst only 43 per cent of L-NP approving of his leadership.

Majority of Victorians approve of the Premier's handling of his job: Roy Morgan

L-NP supporters also favoured ending the restrictions, with 51 per cent saying Melbourne restaurants should be able to provide table services.

Only 26 per cent of ALP supporters agreed, preferring to keep restrictions as they are.

The survey was conducted on Tuesday, September 8, with a Victoria-wide cross-section of 2,325 Victorians.

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