More than 40 per cent of voters in the New Territories West constituency are still undecided over whom to vote for on May 24, a survey has found. According to a poll conducted by the University of Hong Kong from April 24 to 27, 42.9 per cent of the 579 respondents had not made up their mind. Support for the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong (DAB), The Frontier and unionist Leung Yiu-chung was on the rise but was still not high enough to secure a seat. The DAB and The Frontier ranked second and third with 9.1 per cent and 7.9 per cent support respectively. The survey, conducted after Democrat Albert Chan Wai-yip withdrew from the election because he still had Canadian citizenship, saw a five percentage point slide in support for the Democrats compared with the previous survey conducted from April 17 to 20. But the Democratic Party still enjoyed the greatest support at 34.3 per cent - enough to get 1.7 seats.