Approval for the Morrison government has taken a 15-point hit in Victoria, languishing under 50% for the first time since the pandemic began
A year is a long time in pandemics. As Melburnians battle through their second week of lockdown, there is a quantifiable difference in the attitude to government emerging compared with the 2020 experience.
Last year, incumbent governments – both federal and state – experienced surging support when they invoked drastic public health measures to protect the population from a scary, unknown virus that was running rampant across the globe.
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