FEWER than a third of voters are prepared to re-elect their Legco candidates this year, a poll by Hong Kong University has found. The figure, 27 per cent, is lower than a year ago when 36 per cent said they would vote in the incumbents again. Recognition rates for the same Legco members were even more disappointing with only 14 per cent able to name the member from their constituency. The poll also revealed that none of the directly elected Legco members managed to secure more than 50 per cent of the votes. Lau Chin-shek, who resigned earlier this year, was the most popular legislator elected in 1991, with a vote-share of 49.9 per cent. But pollster Robert Chung Ting-yiu said one should not convert the finding directly into vote-share for the coming election. 'For one thing, the district boundaries are different this time and for another the candidates are also different.'