Govt Satisfaction Index

Government Satisfaction Index (GSI): May 2017

The overall GSI for April stood at 80 points with no change month on month. All areas remained stable.

Over the past 12 months, satisfaction has improved across all areas with housing affordability (+17) making the greatest gain.

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