The Menzies Research Centre’s Nick Cater says the “frustration is building” against Daniel Andrews in Victoria as the state sees its “biggest middle-class protests” against a Victorian premier in decades.

“These are people whose lives have been disrupted, whose children have been denied proper schooling and have been separated from relatives,” he told Sky News host Chris Kenny.

“This frustration is building. I don’t think it’s yet enough to topple Daniel Andrews.

“But … as far as I can see this is the biggest middle-class protests against an intransigent Victorian Premier since 1967 when people took to the streets to protest against the hanging of Ronald Ryan in Victoria,” he told Sky News host Chris Kenny.

“This is a serious thing.”

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