HKU POP releases the first Budget follow-up survey
- Were satisfied with the Budget
- Satisfied with government’s strategy in monetary arrangement
- Perceived the tax system in HK to be fair
- Perceived the distribution of wealth in Hong Kong to be reasonable
Results of the first Budget follow-up survey conducted by the Public Opinion Programme (POP) at The University of Hong Kong shows that, the latest satisfaction rate stands at 44%, dissatisfaction rate 20%, net satisfaction rate goes down slightly to positive 24 percentage points, while satisfaction rating also goes down slightly by 0.5 to 59.7 marks. This shows people’s response remains positive after digesting some information and discussions on the Budget ...