State election survey | STUART

We asked the people above: Does the state government do enough for regional South Australia?

The catch phrase 'North of Gepps Cross' is starting to be used more and more often.

The throw away line refers to state government policies and funding being focused on metropolitan Adelaide and forgetting about regional South Australia.

The Liberal Party has certainly grabbed hold of the phrase in an attempt to win regional votes but will the saying remain even if there is a change of government?

Take our poll below to tell us what you think.

"Not really, they could reinvest in more infrastructure and better roads," 
Peter Hogan, Port Augusta.

"Not really, they could reinvest in more infrastructure and better roads," Peter Hogan, Port Augusta.

"No, I don’t think so," Kimberley Hamilton, Port Augusta.

"No, I don’t think so," Kimberley Hamilton, Port Augusta.

"They probably try to. They can do a bit more I think. I think hospitals, schools and roads are more important," Jean Hucks, Port Augusta.

"They probably try to. They can do a bit more I think. I think hospitals, schools and roads are more important," Jean Hucks, Port Augusta.

"Yeah, I think they do, given enough money anyway," 
Bernie Hazel, Port Augusta.

"Yeah, I think they do, given enough money anyway," Bernie Hazel, Port Augusta.