Leading pollster Robert Chung Ting-yiu warns that his agency will be 'hesitant' about running exit polls for September's Legco election unless the rules are tightened.
by Mark J. Penn and E. Kinney Zalesne
Mistakes made by pollsters gauging public opinion on the West Kowloon Cultural District have led to the dumping of much of the survey results, it was revealed last night.
A pro-Beijing newspaper yesterday condemned the Chinese University's Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies latest polls on the popularity ratings of Tung Chee-hwa and his new team as 'irresponsible...
A monitoring mechanism should be set up for Dr Chung's polls, according to pro-vice-chancellor Professor Wong Siu-lun.
Foreign pollsters were warned yesterday to comply with mainland regulations on conducting surveys or risk severe punishment.
The State Statistical Bureau said it would strictly...
In recent years, opinion polls have become an increasingly important part of the political process. Polls are conducted on almost every topical issue and the results used by the protagonists for...
THE Boundary and Election Commission has worked hard to devise a lengthy set of guidelines for canvassing leading up to next month's Legislative Council elections.