The Australia Institute surveyed a representative sample of 602 South Australians about the State Government’s handling of COVID-19 and the opening of the state borders on November 23, 2021.
The results show that:
- One in two South Australians (51%) disagree with the State Government’s decision to open the borders in November.
- Two in five (42%) agree that the State Government made the right decision.
- Three in four South Australians (76%) agree that the State Government should have done more to prepare the state before the borders were opened.
- This includes 71% of Liberal voters, 83% of Labor voters and 81% of Greens voters.