(Corrects percentage of respondents asking for a suspension in second paragraph.)
March 6 (Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang should be suspended while the anti-corruption bureau conducts an investigation into his trips with tycoons, the South China Morning Post said, citing a poll it commissioned.
About 43 percent of the 523 respondents said he should be suspended, the paper said, citing a poll conducted by the University of Hong Kong. Only 9 percent said he should resign immediately, the paper said.
The respondents were equally spilt on whether impeachment proceedings should start against Tsang, the paper said.
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