Point Blank Shooting of a Teenager and an Illegal Screening of ‘South Park’ – Give Us Your Thoughts on the Hong Kong Protests

Protests in Hong Kong

Do you know why people in Hong Kong are protesting against the Hong Kong and Chinese governments?

94% Said
Yes, I am familiar
6% Said
No, I don’t know why
94% of Men Said
Yes, I am familiar
6% of Men Said
No, I don’t know why
94% of Women Said
Yes, I am familiar
6% of Women Said
No, I don’t know why

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How it started

Protests in Hong Kong started after a law was proposed to legally extradite apprehended Hong Kong citizens to mainland China, where due process is not guaranteed. Would this bother you as a citizen?

95% Said
Absolutely
5% Said
No, just follow the law
96% of Men Said
Absolutely
4% of Men Said
No, just follow the law
93% of Women Said
Absolutely
7% of Women Said
No, just follow the law

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Big tech and Hong Kong

Apple and Google have removed mapping apps that allow Hong Kong protestors to track the movement of police. Do you agree with the tech giants’ decision?

25% Said
Yes, remove the apps
75% Said
No, that’s terrible
23% of Men Said
Yes, remove the apps
77% of Men Said
No, that’s terrible
29% of Women Said
Yes, remove the apps
71% of Women Said
No, that’s terrible

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China bans the NBA

Chinese television will not air NBA exhibition matches this week following remarks from a Houston Rockets executive showing support for the Hong Kong protests. Should the NBA apologize?

8% Said
Yes, and soon
92% Said
No, it’s free speech
7% of Men Said
Yes, and soon
93% of Men Said
No, it’s free speech
10% of Women Said
Yes, and soon
90% of Women Said
No, it’s free speech

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NBA fans

The NBA is removing fans with pro-Hong Kong protest signs from games. Do you feel like the NBA is caving to pressure from China?

94% Said
Yes, I do
6% Said
Not really
96% of Men Said
Yes, I do
4% of Men Said
Not really
87% of Women Said
Yes, I do
13% of Women Said
Not really

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Profit or free speech?

Fans that show support for the Hong Kong protests are being removed from NBA games. Does the NBA value profit over free speech?

95% Said
Apparently, yes
5% Said
No, it’s just good business
96% of Men Said
Apparently, yes
4% of Men Said
No, it’s just good business
95% of Women Said
Apparently, yes
5% of Women Said
No, it’s just good business

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Will you still watch?

Does the NBA kicking out fans that show support for the Hong Kong protests from games affect your likelihood of watching the NBA?

81% Said
Yes, I won’t watch
19% Said
No, not really
84% of Men Said
Yes, I won’t watch
16% of Men Said
No, not really
73% of Women Said
Yes, I won’t watch
27% of Women Said
No, not really

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Shooting of a teenager

Tensions between police and protestors in Hong Kong recently escalated when an officer shot a teenager at point blank range. Will the Hong Kong protests get bloodier or will they get better?

92% Said
Bloodier
8% Said
They’ll get better
91% of Men Said
Bloodier
9% of Men Said
They’ll get better
93% of Women Said
Bloodier
7% of Women Said
They’ll get better

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China’s army

Police have been using tear gas, water cannons and bean bags to deter Hong Kong protestors for over four months now. Do you think the Chinese army will have to step in to deal with protestors?

77% Said
The army will step in
23% Said
No, China doesn’t want that
78% of Men Said
The army will step in
22% of Men Said
No, China doesn’t want that
73% of Women Said
The army will step in
27% of Women Said
No, China doesn’t want that

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Protest or riots?

Would you characterize the demonstrations in Hong Kong as protests or riots?

85% Said
Protests
15% Said
Riots
86% of Men Said
Protests
14% of Men Said
Riots
81% of Women Said
Protests
19% of Women Said
Riots

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Universal suffrage

The Hong Kong protestors are also known as “pro-Democracy protestors.” Among their list of demands to end the protests is genuine universal suffrage. Will they succeed?

28% Said
Yes, they will
72% Said
No, not likely
24% of Men Said
Yes, they will
73% of Men Said
No, not likely
39% of Women Said
Yes, they will
61% of Women Said
No, not likely

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Protestors or “terrorists”?

Beijing is describing the Hong Kong protestors as “radicals”, “thugs” and “terrorists” trying to topple the Chinese government. Do you think this characterization is warranted?

9% Said
Yes, that’s a fair description
91% Said
No way, I disagree
9% of Men Said
Yes, that’s a fair description
91% of Men Said
No way, I disagree
6% of Women Said
Yes, that’s a fair description
94% of Women Said
No way, I disagree

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Foreign instigation

China is accusing the US and other foreign powers of instigating protestors in Hong Kong. Do you think the US is guilty of fomenting political unrest in Hong Kong?

12% Said
Yes, I think so
88% Said
No way
15% of Men Said
Yes, I think so
85% of Men Said
No way
3% of Women Said
Yes, I think so
97% of Women Said
No way

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Demands for resignation

Hong Kong protestors say the protests will continue unless Hong Kong’s chief executive resigns. Do you think Chief Executive Carrie Lam will resign before the protests are quelled?

24% Said
She’ll resign
76% Said
Not going to happen
21% of Men Said
She’ll resign
79% of Men Said
Not going to happen
27% of Women Said
She’ll resign
73% of Women Said
Not going to happen

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Release of prisoners

Protestors are demanding the unconditional release of every arrested protestor. They want all charges dropped upon their release as well. Do you find these demands reasonable?

52% Said
Yes, that’s reasonable
48% Said
No way, not in China
52% of Men Said
Yes, that’s reasonable
48% of Men Said
No way, not in China
51% of Women Said
Yes, that’s reasonable
49% of Women Said
No way, not in China

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Who’s in control?

Who do you think has more leverage right now?

25% Said
Hong Kong protestors
75% Said
The Chinese government
24% of Men Said
Hong Kong protestors
76% of Men Said
The Chinese government
24% of Women Said
Hong Kong protestors
76% of Women Said
The Chinese government

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Trump’s support

Conservative activists are encouraging President Trump to issue his support for Hong Kong’s pro-Democracy protestors. Do you think Trump should announce his support?

69% Said
Yes, support democracy
31% Said
No, that’d hurt our economy
71% of Men Said
Yes, support democracy
29% of Men Said
No, that’d hurt our economy
58% of Women Said
Yes, support democracy
42% of Women Said
No, that’d hurt our economy

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International backing

Hundreds of people joined a London rally to show their support for the Hong Kong protestors. Do you think more in the international community will begin backing the protests?

80% Said
Yes, I think so
20% Said
I really doubt it
80% of Men Said
Yes, I think so
20% of Men Said
I really doubt it
78% of Women Said
Yes, I think so
22% of Women Said
I really doubt it

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‘South Park’ in Hong Kong

The episode of “South Park” that led to China banning the show was aired on the streets of Hong Kong. Do you airing the show will lead to an escalation of tension between protestors and police?

42% Said
Yes, things will get worse
58% Said
No, will amount to little
40% of Men Said
Yes, things will get worse
60% of Men Said
No, will amount to little
44% of Women Said
Yes, things will get worse
56% of Women Said
No, will amount to little

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Troops outside Hong Kong

Between 6,000 and 10,000 Chinese soldiers are stationed out of Hong Kong. Do you think the Chinese government is preparing for military intervention?

85% Said
Definitely
15% Said
No, it’s a deterrent
87% of Men Said
Definitely
13% of Men Said
No, it’s a deterrent
82% of Women Said
Definitely
18% of Women Said
No, it’s a deterrent

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