A right of abode bill should be published before the handover, many people believe. More than 85 per cent of respondents to a poll considered it important to complete the bill's legislative process before July 1, said Kennedy Wong Ying-ho of the Hong Kong United Youth Association, which commissioned the survey. Mr Wong, a member of the provisional legislature, said: 'The introduction of the draft bill would certainly help resolve many doubts left unanswered among Hong Kong people.' These included going abroad for travel or on business, he said. Mr Wong said respondents did not care about the Sino-British row over whether the present Legco or the provisional legislature should enact the law. 'It is their hope for the matter be resolved before the establishment of the SAR,' he said. The poll also showed more than 90 per cent believed the Government should co-operate with Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa in drafting the right of abode bill. Mr Wong quoted Mr Tung as saying he hoped the bill would be ready for tabling to the provisional legislature in Shenzhen on May 31. Opinions, however, were split on the level of co-operation between the Hong Kong Government and Mr Tung. Almost 40 per cent said they were satisfied with it while 46.6 per cent said they were not satisfied and another 4.4 per cent said they were very dissatisfied. The poll showed the use of travel documents after July 1 was the issue which concerned Hong Kong people most. Visa-free travel with the SAR passport came second among the issues of concern. The telephone survey was conducted by Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Centre between May 5 and 6 among 880 Hong Kong residents aged 18 to 45.