Hong Kong No Place for Kids
Independent public policy think tank Civic Exchange polled 1,500 people aged 18 to 65 in Singapore, Shanghai and Hong Kong for their views on quality of life. It found that
than their counterparts. 16 percent and 13 percent of Shanghainese and Singaporean respondents believe that their cities are not ideal for their children to
compared to 66 percent of Hongkongers. 17 percent in Shanghai and 20 in Singapore said they would if they could—compared to
The think tank also found that 70 percent of Hong Kong respondents think the city has become worse over the years.
Why are we not surprised?
Hong Kong respondents are “significantly more dissatisfied” grow up in,
leave their cities 42 percent of Hongkongers. Our take: