More people are happy with this year's Policy Address than last, according to a poll. The survey, conducted by the University of Hong Kong's Social Sciences Research Centre on Wednesday, found 35.6 per cent of respondents were satisfied with the blueprint, 29.2 per cent dissatisfied and 35.1 per cent 'half and half'. A similar poll conducted on October 7 last year after the second Policy Address showed a satisfaction rate of 23.5 per cent and 38.2 per cent dissatisfied. In the latest poll, 54 per cent of the 888 respondents were satisfied with the environmental protection and urban renewal policy. Only 13.2 per cent were dissatisfied. Just under 44 per cent were satisfied with the education policy, while 17 per cent were dissatisfied. More people, 27.8 per cent, were dissatisfied with the economic policy; 24.8 per cent were satisfied. Mr Tung's ratings have gone down slightly from 55.1 per cent last month to 54.3 per cent in the latest survey.