SCMP: Hongkongers’ sense of Chinese national pride and opinion on Beijing policy at an all time low, survey finds
Only 31 per cent of Hongkongers feel proud to be Chinese nationals, a 7 percentage point drop from last year, and a record low since the survey was first carried out in 1997, the year when the former British colony returned to Chinese rule.

The number of people who are not proud of their Chinese identity, meanwhile, jumped significantly from 56 per cent to 65 per cent.

In-depth analysis found that the younger generation tended to have less pride in being Chinese citizens.
It is a global trend towards identity and community.

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