This page details results of the PSEHK sur­vey, including:

Social Exclu­sion in Hong Kong: Find­ings from the 2013 Liv­ing Stan­dard Sur­vey

This report dis­cusses the find­ings about social exclu­sion in Hong Kong. It shows that older peo­ple rep­re­sent the largest group of poor peo­ple in Hong Kong and that paid work is not a guar­an­teed route out of poverty as almost one in four full time employ­ees are poor.

Poverty and Social Exclu­sion in Hong Kong

This report doc­u­ments the study objec­tives, meth­ods and key find­ings of PSEHK Sur­vey. It includes the items and activ­i­ties peo­ple have or ‘want’, depri­va­tion and sub­jec­tive poverty, poverty mea­sure, income poverty and social exclu­sion in Hong Kong.

PSEHK Anno­tated Ques­tion­naire

The anno­tated ques­tion­naire presents the final results of all ques­tions in per­cent­ages. Top­ics cov­ers neces­si­ties of life for adults and chil­dren, per­cep­tion of stan­dard of liv­ing, and aspects of social exclu­sion (includ­ing liv­ing envi­ron­ment, local ser­vices, social net­works and sup­port, finan­cial sit­u­a­tion and debts, phys­i­cal and men­tal health, social and polit­i­cal engagement).