HKU POP tonight will release the preliminary results of CE policy address instant survey
- Perceived housing issues need to be tackled
- Perceived medical policy issues need to be tackled
- Perceived social welfare issues need to be tackled
- Perceived economic development issues need to be tackled
Since 1992, the Public Opinion Programme (POP) at The University of Hong Kong has been conducting Policy Address instant surveys every year. From 1998 onwards, we expanded our instant surveys to cover the Budget Talks. Starting 2008, we split up previous years’ instant survey into two surveys. In our first survey, we measure people’s overall appraisal of the Policy Address, their rating of the Policy Address, their change in confidence towards Hong Kong’s future, and CE’s popularity. In our second survey, we focus on people’s reactions towards different government proposals, their satisfaction with CE’s policy direction, and other relevant issues...