Around 26 per cent of respondents said they had no trust at all in police, including 10 per cent of pro-establishment voters. Photo: Winson Wong
Around 26 per cent of respondents said they had no trust at all in police, including 10 per cent of pro-establishment voters. Photo: Winson Wong

Police reputation in tatters across the political divide according to online survey of Hong Kong voters

  • Nearly three-quarters of voters across the political spectrum say trust in the force has been eroded by handling of ongoing protests
  • More than half say police actions have been harsh or excessive and nearly 52 per cent feel protests have negatively affected people’s trust in the judiciary

Around 26 per cent of respondents said they had no trust at all in police, including 10 per cent of pro-establishment voters. Photo: Winson Wong
Around 26 per cent of respondents said they had no trust at all in police, including 10 per cent of pro-establishment voters. Photo: Winson Wong
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