The support ratings for two candidates accused of misusing public funds have been fluctuating widely, a new survey shows. Kowloon East hopeful Chan Yuen-han saw her rating rise three points to 19 per cent in the four days to Saturday, in results released yesterday by the Hong Kong University Public Opinion Programme. Before she was accused on Wednesday of subsidising a Federation of Trade Union office in Kwun Tong with a Legco allowance, the unionist's rating had been falling - from 20 per cent to 17 in the previous week. It dropped to 16 per cent after wide coverage of the row over her office, but the daily survey found a three-point rebound by Saturday. Hit by similar criticism, Democratic Party member James To Kun-sun in Kowloon West saw his support slip three points to 18 per cent in the latest results. His rating climbed back to 21 per cent last week, after a drop from 20 to 14 per cent in the wake of the rental claim controversy two weeks ago. Elsewhere, support for most candidates has not changed as much. In Hong Kong Island, the real battle is over the sixth seat, widely seen as a close fight between Choy So-yuk, of the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong, and the Democrats' Martin Lee Chu-ming. The other five seats are expected to go to independent Audrey Eu Yuet-mee, Cyd Ho Sau-lan, DAB chairman Ma Lik, Democrat Yeung Sum and independent Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai. New Territories West has seen the least change, with only two of the eight seats appearing to still be uncertain. Frontrunners for the last two seats are the DAB's Cheung Hok-ming, independent democrat Albert Chan Wai-yip, and Democrat Cheung Yin-tung.