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).