Two women look at a banner advertising the National Security Law on Albany Road in Central in June. Photo: Felix Wong Two women look at a banner advertising the National Security Law on Albany Road in Central in June. Photo: Felix Wong
Two women look at a banner advertising the National Security Law on Albany Road in Central in June. Photo: Felix Wong

International polling company pulls questions from Hong Kong survey over national security law fears

  • London-headquartered YouGov yanks six questions from its survey, including two asking Hongkongers whether they thought the national security law damaged freedoms, or was necessary to protect the city
  • Local pollsters say the broad wording of the law makes it difficult to gauge what questions or topics may run afoul of it

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Two women look at a banner advertising the National Security Law on Albany Road in Central in June. Photo: Felix Wong Two women look at a banner advertising the National Security Law on Albany Road in Central in June. Photo: Felix Wong
Two women look at a banner advertising the National Security Law on Albany Road in Central in June. Photo: Felix Wong
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