Hong Kong elections: more than half of voters unable to name candidates for coming Legco poll, survey shows

More than half of Hong Kong voters do not know the identities of candidates running for direct seats in their own constituencies, a poll has found with less than a month to the Legislative Council election.The latest survey by the Public Opinion Research Institute (Pori) also reported the lowest voter enthusiasm since records began in 1991, with the proportion of respondents willing to show up at the December 19 race slumping to 52 per cent from the more than 80 per cent logged in the four most…

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