Protesters prepare a petrol bomb during clashes with police at the Polytechnic University campus in November. Photo: Sam Tsang Protesters prepare a petrol bomb during clashes with police at the Polytechnic University campus in November. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters prepare a petrol bomb during clashes with police at the Polytechnic University campus in November. Photo: Sam Tsang

Nearly a fifth of Hong Kong voters say they support violent actions by protesters, such as attacking opponents or hurling petrol bombs and bricks

  • About 5 per cent strongly supported more extreme acts that include physical violence, hurling bricks and petrol bombs, and damaging public facilities
  • Much larger group supportive of milder behaviour such as vandalising mainland Chinese businesses, and blocking MTR stations

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Protesters prepare a petrol bomb during clashes with police at the Polytechnic University campus in November. Photo: Sam Tsang Protesters prepare a petrol bomb during clashes with police at the Polytechnic University campus in November. Photo: Sam Tsang
Protesters prepare a petrol bomb during clashes with police at the Polytechnic University campus in November. Photo: Sam Tsang
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