Analyses | Public administration and legal system | 2016-11-03 | HKET

Sweeping off negative ads by adding just three competitors?



The United States presidential election will be held soon, and is arguably the most negative one in modern U.S. history. A research points out that the dual Democrat-Republican nature of U.S. politics encourages candidates to go negative, and argues that the rise of a viable third party might reduce the amount of negative advertising. Does it shed light on the Chief Executive (CE) election in Hong Kong?

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.