Shawn Mui Pak-ho mans the phones for the HKU's public opinion programme. Photo: May Tse Shawn Mui Pak-ho mans the phones for the HKU's public opinion programme. Photo: May Tse
Shawn Mui Pak-ho mans the phones for the HKU's public opinion programme. Photo: May Tse
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Pollsters in Hong Kong must deal with credibility gap

Public opinion surveys are widely cited in city, but many doubt they give a fair picture in light of outdated methods and political polarisation

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Shawn Mui Pak-ho mans the phones for the HKU's public opinion programme. Photo: May Tse Shawn Mui Pak-ho mans the phones for the HKU's public opinion programme. Photo: May Tse
Shawn Mui Pak-ho mans the phones for the HKU's public opinion programme. Photo: May Tse
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