The Hong Kong government has run election advertisements on the front pages of nearly a dozen local newspapers. Photo: Nathan Tsui
The Hong Kong government has run election advertisements on the front pages of nearly a dozen local newspapers. Photo: Nathan Tsui

Government splashes election ads across front pages of Hong Kong newspapers, as survey reveals nearly half of respondents do not plan to vote

  • While the motivation behind the PR blitz was unclear, observers are expecting low voter turnout for the coming Legislative Council poll
  • A separate survey found that 86 per cent of self-identified pro-democracy camp supporters felt there was no candidate running who was worthy of their vote

Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
The Hong Kong government has run election advertisements on the front pages of nearly a dozen local newspapers. Photo: Nathan Tsui
The Hong Kong government has run election advertisements on the front pages of nearly a dozen local newspapers. Photo: Nathan Tsui
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