Tasmanians are giving the thumbs up to the state's management of the pandemic.
Surveying by the University of Tasmania's Institute for Social Change finds 85% of those quizzed don't believe the state's economy has been hurt unnecessarily by the response to coronavirus.
71% don't think restrictions are lifting too slowly, while a quarter confess to not following social distancing some of the time.
As for border policy, 45% favour the state keeping the walls up until Australia is virus-free.
The Institute concludes there is substantial support for the state government’s handling of the pandemic.