Since April 1992, the Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Project has been tracking and surveying the citizens' ratings of the head of the Hong Kong government, from the last Hong Kong Governor to the successive Chief Executives of the SAR. 1 Screenshot_2022-04-08_11_03_21am copy There are two phenomena in the data that I mention every time I teach. First, since the establishment of the SAR, the popularity of each chief executive has been lower than when he took office.
Second, since the establishment of the SAR, the popularity of each chief executive when he left office is lower than that of the previous one. These Special Database two phenomena make us have to think: Is there a problem with those who do it, or is there a problem with the setting of the position itself? Incidentally, in recent years, some citizens have often raised their opinions, believing that giving zero points is not enough to express their dissatisfaction, and calling for the establishment of a "negative points" system. You know, polls are bound to provide equal choices.
It is not impossible to establish a "negative score", but if the scale is changed from "zero to one hundred" to "minus one hundred to plus one hundred", then "pass" will be changed from fifty to zero. to be fair. Later, the research institute really did a trial run. I remember that before the survey, I guessed that the results would be beneficial to the scorers, because the people who were determined to give "minus 100 points" would be less than those who gave zero points under normal circumstances, and the results were the same. in this way. Changed again. For the future, there is an expectation: no matter who the target is, this investigation will continue. arrow_forward_iosunderstand more Powered by GliaStudio