A poll suggests Hongkongers are more dissatisfied with this week's policy address by Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen than his three previous addresses. In a telephone poll conducted on Wednesday night, 515 respondents gave it an average of 53.8 marks out of 100, 11.4 points lower than last year. Mr Tsang's policy address rated 66.4 in 2005, 55.8 in 2006 and 65.2 last year. Only 31 per cent said they were satisfied with the policy address - down 21 percentage points from last year, while 26 per cent said they were dissatisfied and 35 per cent said their opinion was divided evenly. Pollster Robert Chung Ting-yiu praised the chief executive for communicating with people after delivering the policy address this year but said the effects would only be known by the next survey. The University of Hong Kong public opinion programme survey had a response rate of 75 per cent and a margin of error of between 2 and 4 percentage points.