SURVEYS

View on Increasing Land for Development and Homes
(August 2018)

Land shortage in Hong Kong is severe. It is reflected in the rising price and rent of not only of residential premises, but also commercial, office and other spaces. Indeed the expensiveness of non-residential space has risen even faster than residential space. Finding land and supplying them to meet the full range of development needs is an urgent task…

One Country Two Systems Index
(July 2018)

This is our third Report on the ‘One Country Two Systems’ (henceforth 1C2S) Index (henceforth the Index). The purpose of the Index is to provide an objective assessment on the implementation of 1C2S. Our first Report was released in mid-2017, on the 20th anniversary of HK’s return to China. It is our intention to update the Index once every six months…

One Country Two Systems Index
(February 2018)

At the 20th Anniversary of Hong Kong SAR, Path of Democ­racy released its first report on its attempt to conduct an objective evaluation of 1C2S.

In this second report, we have refined and improved our public opinion survey, updated the relevant international indices, and also launched a new 1C2S Mass Media Index (MMI)….

One Country Two Systems Index
(2017)

We are convinced, that there remains room for imagination in this city.

In light of the 20th anniversary of the handover, Path of Democracy conducted a public survey and developed an index that aims to calibrate the current state of “One Country Two Systems” (henceforth 1C2S)….

Hong Kong Political Culture in the Post-Umbrella Movement Era (2016)

In recent years there has been drastic changes in the political atmosphere in Hong Kong but they have not been thoroughly examined. In a large-scale survey initiated by Path of Democracy……

Hong Kong Political Culture in the Post-Umbrella Movement Era (2015)

We are convinced, that there remains room for imagination in this city.
Path of Democracy has commissioned the Public Opinion Programme (POP) at the University of Hong Kong to conduct the Survey on the Centrists in Hong Kong and Political Orientation of Hong Kong People….