A large number of Hongkongers believe that the government is doing a good job, according to public relations agency Edelman’s annual Trust Barometer survey. Photo: Edward Wong
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

Hong Kong millennials’ trust in government surprisingly higher than others. But what brought about this change?

  • Public relations agency annual Edelman’s Trust Barometer shows Hongkongers’ trust levels in government, media, business and NGOs surged by an average 10 percentage points to 55pc – the biggest jump of any of the 27 economies surveyed
  • Survey suggests that voters are happy with Chief Executive Carrie Lam, compared to her predecessor CY Leung

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A large number of Hongkongers believe that the government is doing a good job, according to public relations agency Edelman’s annual Trust Barometer survey. Photo: Edward Wong
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