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This questionnaire is issued by Prof. Joseph Man Chan of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Dr Robert Ting-Yiu Chung of the University of Hong Kong, and is only applicable for those who have joined the July Demonstration, with no age limit. Please press the "Submit" button after you have completed this survey. However, please note that no input will be allowed 5 minutes after you press the "Submit" button.
 
Please fill in this section with the information provided on the leaflet. Please skip this section should you have no such leaflet.
 
Opinion Survey Code :
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Time : hr min


 
Do you agree with the following statements? Please employ a five-point scale: 1 for "disagree very much", 3 for "neither agree nor disagree", 5 for "agree very much".
 
    Disagree very much   Agree very much   Don't know
   1  2  3  4  5  
  • I marched to oppose the legislation for Article 23.
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  • I could continuously sense the strong leadership of the march organizers during the march.
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  • I marched because the overall performance of the government is intolerable.
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  • I marched because the overall performance of the government is disappointing.
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  • I marched because this activity can bring about a better society.
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  • I marched because the government's performance during the SARS epidemic was too poor.
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        Disagree very much   Agree very much   Don't know
       1  2  3  4  5  
  • Tung Chee-hwa should step down.
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  • Hong Kong people should adopt the strategy of "People Power" to make Tung Chee-hwa step down.
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  • July 1 March will make the government respect public opinion more.
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  • Hong Kong's democracy movement lacks leadership.
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  • I would not withhold the fact of my participation in the march from anybody.
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  • I have a lot of friends.
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  • I often get together with friends.
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    What do you think citizens and the media should do if the legislation for Article 23 is passed?
  • Citizens should:
  • The media should:
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    Which of the following marks is closest to your degree of support toward these leaders? (Please employ a 100-mark scale: 0 for absolute opposition, 100 for absolute support, 50 for half-half.)
  • Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa
  • President Hu Jintao
  • Premier Wen Jiabao
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    What is the importance of the calls from the following sources toward your decision to participate in this march? Please employ a 5-point scale: 1 for "very unimportant", 3 for "neither important nor unimportant", 5 for "very important".
     
        Very unimporant   Very important   DK / Not applicable
       1  2  3  4  5  
  • Calls from newspaper editorials
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  • Calls from newspaper columns
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  • Calls resulting from news reports on newspapers
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  • Calls from radio phone-in programmes
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  • Calls resulting from radio news
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  • Calls from internet (including emails among friends)
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        Very unimporant   Very important   DK / Not applicable
       1  2  3  4  5  
  • Calls resulting from TV news
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  • Calls resulting from information programmes on the TV
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  • Calls from family members
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  • Calls from such inter-personal relationships as friends, colleagues or fellow students
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  • Calls from religious leaders and followers
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  • Calls from political parties
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  • Calls from individual social celebrities
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  • Calls from an organization I belong to
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    Do you go online?
     
    If you go online, how often do you undergo the following activities? Please employ a 5-point scale: 1 for "never", 3 for "sometimes", 5 for "often".
     
      Never       Often   Not applicable
       1  2  3  4  5  
  • Participate in BBS discussion
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  • Participate in general discussion with friends online
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  • Get in touch with relatives and friends via the internet
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  • Get in touch with unknown people via the internet
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  • Exchange public affairs information with others
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  • Exchange opinion on public affairs with others
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  • Exchange with others messages satirizing against the Chief Executive or the SAR government
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  • Exchange information about the march with others
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    How many days a week do you read newspaper on average?
  • Which newspaper do you read most often?  Other (Please specify)
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    How many days a week do you watch TV news on average?
     
    How many times have you participated in march before?
     
    Have you ever voted in the previous Legislative Council elections?
     
    Are you a member of some social organizations (religious, political, professional or other)?
  • If positive, how often do you participate in the activities of the above organizations?
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    Did you come to this march together with others? (Multiple answers allowed)
    Came alone Came with spouse Came with family member(s) Came with boyfriend/girlfriend
    Came with friend(s) Came with fellow student(s) Came with colleague(s) Came with an organization I belong to
    Came with a particular social sector Came with other people   Don't know
  • If you came together with others, who proposed to come out first?
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    When did you know the time and venue of the march?
     
    From what channel did you learn of the time and venue of the march? (Multiple answers allowed)
    Newspaper Radio TV Internet Interpersonal channel Flyer Don't know
     
    When did you decide to participate in the march?
     
    Where was your starting point for the march?
     
    Where did you leave the march procession?
     
    Other comments:
     
    Personal details
    Gender:
    Education level:
    Age:
    Occupation:
    Which class does your family belong to?
    Does your family have negative equity?
    Do you have any religion? (Please specify)
    Are you married?
     
     

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