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Chan still the most popular


Thursday, April 29, 1999

etary for Administration Anson Chan Fang On-sang still tops

the popularity rating among Hong Kong's 10 most prominent political

figures, both before and after Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa extended

her tenure to June 2002.

According to the latest opinion poll conducted by the Social Sciences

Research Centre of the University of Hong Kong, Mrs Chan was trailed

closely by Financial Secretary Sir Donald Tsang Yam-kuen, while Mr

Tung has climbed from sixth to fourth.

In this month's survey, Mrs Chan scored 69.5 points out of a possible

100. In the March survey, she received 69.6 points.


In a poll carried out in December last year, Mrs Chan still topped the

ratings with 66.4 points. Sir Donald polled 61.1 points in the

December survey and 69.3 points in March before dropping to 66.9

points this month.

Mr Tung's support rating has been lower than that of Mrs Chan and Sir

Donald. In the December survey, he received 58.2 points, ranking

sixth. In last month's poll, he got 60.3 points. For April, Mr Tung

ranked fourth, scoring 58.9 points.

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