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The Centre for Communication and Public Opinion Survey (CCPOS; former name: Center for Communication Research) was established at The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2004 to produce quality research for a range of clients, including academics, the government, non-profit organizations, and businesses. The Centre is a unit of the School of Journalism and Communication, and communication experts are available to help with research endeavors in a wide variety of content areas. The goals of the CCPOS are as follows:
  1. To conduct trans-disciplinary, systematic, and innovative research of media and society.
  2. To understand the interplay of journalism, media, culture, citizens, communication technology, and democracy.
  3. To serve as an independent opinion research group that studies attitudes toward the press, politics, and social issues.
  4. To serve as a forum for ideas and an important information resource for policymakers, journalists, scholars, media industries, and public interest organizations through public opinion research.

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Public Opinion & Political Development in Hong Kong (July 2015)

Public Opinion & Political Development in Hong Kong (May 2015)

First Round Results of “Joint Survey” set to be Published by Sponsor on April 28 (April 2015)

Joint-University Rolling Survey on 2017 Chief Executive Election Proposal (Joint Survey) (April 2015)

Public Opinion & Political Development in Hong Kong (March 2015)

Public Opinion & Political Development in Hong Kong (December 2014)

Public Opinion & Political Development in Hong Kong (November 2014)

The Identity and National Identification of Hong Kong People (November 2014) (Chinese Only)


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