Govt Satisfaction Index

Government Satisfaction Index (GSI): March 2018

Government satisfaction increased by one point to 80 points in March. Overall sentiment across most areas improved or remained the same.

Three key areas fell: Care for the Elderly (-3), Health Insurance/ Protection (-2) and Government Accountability (-1).

Year on year, the Government has seen community satisfaction dip most in the following areas: Public Transport (-8), Government Accountability (-6) and Taxes (-5).

 

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