Victorians Back our Flexible Work & Pay Claims - AGE Resolve Poll

Updated 11/12/2023

More than two-thirds of Victorian voters say they support a push by the state’s public servants for more flexible work arrangements and the right to work from home, as key unions ramp up industrial action in the lead-up to Christmas.

The findings are contained in a survey by Resolve Political Monitor, conducted exclusively for The Age, which also found 54 per cent of voters backed a 20 per cent pay increase for the state’s public sector workforce over four years.

The poll asked Victorian voters whether they supported improvements in pay and conditions that are part of a claim lodged by the Victorian branch of the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU).