Hong Kong residents more afraid of losing their jobs during coronavirus pandemic than people in Australia, Britain, and US, new survey says

Hongkongers are more afraid of being made redundant during the coronavirus pandemic than their counterparts in other major jurisdictions, according to the results of a new survey.The study by C|T Group, a London-based research and campaign consultancy firm, found that fear had led to a declining sense of happiness and well-being among the city’s residents.More than 35,000 people from Australia, Britain, Hong Kong, and the United States have been questioned by the firm in 14 polls since March on…

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