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[How politically divided is Hong Kong?] (16 Nov 2014)

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How politically divided is Hong Kong? This program would have Dr. Chung Kim-wah (Director of Centre for Social Policy Studies, Hong Kong Polytechnic University) to talk about the Polytechnic University poll results that held recently. The poll findings show that there is not only the political divide, people are polarizing to an extreme. As same as Chinese University's poll result, the rule of law was ranked number one, and the democracy ranked number four. As a person who looks at public opinion, can Dr. Chung tell us people tend to against Occupy Central? Or there is still a lot of support for Occupy Central? How can we lessen this division? How do we make the society less polarized?

Program: 
Newsline
Publish Date: 
Sunday, November 16, 2014
Station: 
ATV
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