On a survey which claims nearly 60 per cent of Hongkongers oppose Occupy Central: Sean Niem - Polls can be misleading. Everyone interprets them the way they want to if the poll is not structured with careful considerations. Opposing OC does not necessarily mean opposing universal suffrage. I am for the cause, not the means. Jessie Tong - Younger people were reported to be more in favour of this. Would they change their minds when they grew up and had to earn a living in the Central area, I wonder? And what happens when their children emulate their actions and practise civil disobedience at home? On claims policy address measures to address poverty issues will do little to help low-income families: Kofi Time - A respectable minimum wage to start with, educational grants, affordable housing and food subsidies for families direly in need. Of course taxes need to be raised to pay for it. I don't mind taking in less if poorer people can benefit.