Most people say current political situation affecting their mood
About 88% of poll respondents say that the current political situation has affected their mood, whereas 11.2% say it does not make a difference.
The pollster, Super Poll, conducted a field survey of 2,875 people in different occupations nationwide regarding their happiness vis-à-vis the current political situation.
The survey shows 46.9% said they feel ‘so so’ and can carry on as normal, 27.5% say they are not happy and 25.6% claimedthey are very happy.
Asked for their choice as the next prime minister if the Palang Pracharat party can form a coalition government, 63.1% choseBhumjaithai party leader Anutin Charnvirakul, whereas 36.9%supported General Prayut Chan-o-cha.
However, if the Pheu Thai party forms the next government, 39.6% of the respondents chose Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan as prime minister, compared to 38.1% for Future Forward party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit.
The poll results show that 96.8% of the respondents said that a prime minister who is smart, does not cause political division, is ethical and reveres the Monarchy will be able to lead to country to prosperity.