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…

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Thai people’s ideal prime ministers – Super Poll

Thai people have different ideal prime ministers in mind and, as well as their idols, they have other favourite political options for the next prime minister of Thailand, said Mr. Noppadol Kannikar, director of Super Poll. Super Poll surveyed 2,330 people…

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Most undecided yet which parties to vote for

Poll finds most people undecided about which parties to vote for About 76 percent of respondents in the latest opinion poll admitted that they have not yet decided which parties…

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Poll shows Gen Prayut most suitable to be next PM

More than 85 percent of the respondents to an opinion poll agreed that General Prayut Chan-o-cha is most suitable to be the next prime minister whereas the rest insisted that…

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Poll shows people happy with government’s performance, in favour of Prayut’s return as PM

Thirty-nine percent of more than 2,000 respondents in the latest opinion poll are satisfied with the performance of the Prayut government and the National Council for Peace and Order in…

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Poll shows most Bangkokians happy with Governor Aswin’s performance

The majority of Bangkokians are satisfied with the performance of Bangkok Metropolitan Administration under Governor Aswin Kwanmuang and wants him to stay on to resolve other chronic problems, namely traffic…

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Poll shows over 60 %  doubt they will have good MPs after election

More than 60 percent of respondents in an opinion poll are not confident that the upcoming election will produce good members of the parliament while 73.6 percent want politicians who…

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Poll finds most voters welcome easing of political ban but wary of conflicts

 A new poll suggests that although most people agree with the National Council for Peace and Order’s decision to ease political restrictions, they believe that the country should move gradually…

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Majority objects to teachers not paying debts

More than 75 percent of respondents to an opinion poll disagreed with a threat by a group of  teachers  to stop paying debts to the state-run Government Savings Bank. Last…

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