Civic Exchange released a public opinion survey on 1 December entitled “LESS TALK, MORE ACTION”. The survey shows that one in four people are considering emigration in response to the public health threats of Hong Kong’s air pollution, up from one in five in December 2008, when a similar survey was conducted.
DATE: 01 Dec 2010 FILED UNDER: Environment, Events, Index_Publications, News, Press Releases, Research Reports, Surveys TAG: air, public health
DATE: Oct 2010 FILED UNDER: Environment, Index_Publications, News, Press Releases, Publications, Research Reports, Social, Surveys TAG: climate change
Global climate change is no longer just a theory of interest to scientists; it has become a matter of daily experience, public concern and governmental action. Public opinion is a vital tool in addressing human-caused climate change. Measuring public understanding and building public support for action is a task for every nation. (more…)
A Climate of Change: Public Opinion Survey on Global Climate Change in Hong Kong 2010 (Summary of Key Findings)
DATE: Oct 2010 FILED UNDER: Environment, Publications, Research Reports, Social, Surveys TAG: climate change
In July 2010, The Hong Kong Transition Project conducted a survey on behalf of Civic Exchange on Hong Kong people’s attitudes towards global climate change. The survey has telephone interviews of 1,008 randomly selected residents aged 15 and over, in Cantonese, Mandarin, Hakka, Fujianese and English.
This is survey summary reveals 7 key findings of the opinions and concerns Hong Kong people have for climate change.
Hong Kong’s Silent Epidemic – Public Opinion Survey on Air Pollution, Environment and Public Health 2008
DATE: Jan 2009 FILED UNDER: Environment, Presentations, Research Reports, Surveys TAG: air, civil society development, public health
The Hong Kong Transition Project, commissioned by Civic Exchange, conducted randomly sampled telephone surveys between June and September 2008, and has successfully surveyed 3,749 electors up to this date, including 2,844 geographical constituency electors and 905 functional constituency electors. The aims of the survey include investigating the respondents’ voting desire and preference、attitude towards the National Peoples Congress Standing Committee’s decision to permit Hong Kongers to elect the Chief Executive by 2020, timetable for direct election of Legco，and the degree of support for pro-government (patriotic) candidates, pro-democracy candidates, and independent candidates, respectively.
Civic Exchange commissioned the Hong Kong Transition Project to conduct this survey.
The survey is on issues related to constitutional reform was conducted 11-22 December 2004. The survey was conducted as two linked and overlapping surveys, the first a random sample of 800 permanent residents and then an additional sample, random but focused on functional constituency registrants, of 405 registered FC voters.