More than half of Australians think Covid vaccine rollout is too slow, poll suggests

More than half of Australians think Covid vaccine rollout is too slow, poll suggests

The Guardian

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Essential poll finds Scott Morrison’s approval at lowest level in a year and approval of Coalition management of pandemic down eight points in a month

Voter approval of the Morrison government’s handling of the pandemic has dropped eight points in a month, and more than half of voters in the Guardian Essential poll sample think the Coalition needs to step up and take more responsibility for ensuring Australians are vaccinated against Covid-19 as quickly as possible.

The latest survey of 1,368 voters suggests the government is in a vulnerable political position as it attempts to recalibrate the vaccination program, with just over half of respondents believing they are being vaccinated more slowly than they would like, and nearly a third (27%) of the sample feeling vaccinations are progressing a lot more slowly than they would like.

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