COVID19 in HK: Epidemic and response analysis with Big Data
The COVID-19 outbreak has been raging across the world, Wisers studied about it for almost 6 months, Wisers’ big data system has identified 2.98 million netizens’ reactions and analyzed more than 24.45 million comments left by netizens. A total of 250 million interactions with online social media have been reviewed as well. Our research team has come up with a series of phased trends of the epidemic and public opinion highlights as well as analyzed public opinions on various anti-epidemic measures rolled out by the government.
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“Wisers Epidemic Index” and “Netizens’ Sentiment Index”
Since the first confirmed case occurred in Hong Kong on January 23, the epidemic has been developing for a long time. Wisers analyzes the sentiment changes of HongKongers during the fight against the epidemic, including what incidents made them happiest, most wearisome and furious and its causes. But also analyzing the level of attention paid to the epidemic.
Anti-epidemic Efforts vs Online Public Sentiment
Wisers selects 10 government anti-epidemic measures from three categories(i.e. disease control measures, anti-epidemic materials and financial assistance) to analyze the trend of public opinion, discussion focus, likes and dislikes, and evaluate the degree of acceptance of different measures by netizens.
Since the outbreak of the epidemic, the focus of the public has been from border closure to the return of international students, from panic buying masks to supporting Hong Kong-made masks, from home quarantine to the gathering restriction. What is the most and least accepted measures? Besides, the government has proposed anti-epidemic efforts three times which the amount reached a record high. Some people are happy about it, but some are not. How should we to interpret and recognize the real public opinion?