Residents believe Hong Kong is dirty, with public toilets the most unsatisfactory area, according to a survey by a political party. Among the 13 districts where people were interviewed, Wong Tai Sin was ranked the dirtiest, followed by Eastern District on Hong Kong Island, Tsuen Wan and Kwai Chung. According to the survey on maintenance standards, carried out by the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong (DAB), which interviewed 952 people in December, respondents gave an overall failure mark for hygiene standards in urban areas. Respondents were asked to give a score of between one (most satisfactory) and 10 (most unsatisfactory) to hygiene standards for streets, wet markets, public toilets and other facilities. The overall score for the territory's hygiene was 5.59. People gave Wong Tai Sin an overall score of 8.34, making it the dirtiest district. Eastern District received 6.39, while Tsuen Wan and Kwai Chung each received 5.87. Kwun Tong was considered the most satisfactory district, with 4.84 overall, followed by Shamshuipo, Tuen Mun and Yuen Long. Public toilets were among the most unsatisfactory urban facilities, receiving a score of 5.83. DAB vice-chairman Ip Kwok-him said the survey's findings indicated that people in Hong Kong thought the city was not clean. Although there was not a clear link between the drop in standards and the scrapping of the two municipal councils last year, the Government should do more to clean up Hong Kong, he said. 'The Government should put more resources into urban services. For example, public toilets should be redesigned to let more air and light in. This will make the toilets more hygienic,' he said. He said it was worrying that nearly 10 years after the launch of the 'Clean Hong Kong' campaign, people were still not very keen on keeping the territory clean. He urged the Government to step up the campaign, especially targeting young people.