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Rangsit Uni poll puts Palang Pracharat leading with 21.5 percent

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Rangsit Uni poll puts Palang Pracharat leading with 21.5 percent

 

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According to an opinion poll released today by Rangsit University, the pro-junta Palang Pracharat party will win the March 24 election with an estimated 8.3 million votes, or 21.5 percent of votes cast. The other parties polled as follows:

 

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Dr. Sungsit Piriyarangsan, dean of the Social Innovations College at Rangsit University, said that they surveyed 8,000 people in 350 electoral constituencies on February 11th and that the survey was based on the assumption that 75 percent of the 38.6 million eligible voters would cast the ballots.

 

He added that parties which do not field candidates in all the 350 constituencies will be at a disadvantage in terms of vote calculation and in the number of party-list MP seats compared to those which contest all constituencies.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/rangsit-uni-poll-puts-palang-pracharat-leading-with-21-5-percent/

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

According to an opinion poll released today by Rangsit University, the pro-junta Palang Pracharat party will win the March 24 election with an estimated 8.3 million votes, or 21.5 percent of votes cast

the thailand's backslide will continue

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1 hour ago, KhaoYai said:

Without posing any opinion as to the leanings of the said Dr.  Surely that would depend on how many people carried out the survey?

4000 people I guess.

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If true, the country will only get worse.  A giant wet blanket will be where Thailand use to be. 

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2 hours ago, YetAnother said:

the thailand's backslide will continue

Yes indeed.

But it's up to the Thai people. They are not unduly troubled by any of it (the vast majority of them).

So foot down on that pedal - and zoom back joyfully into the pre-Middle Ages - here we come!

 

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4 hours ago, Samui Bodoh said:

 

What complete and utter crap.

 

Rangsit Uni has to be consistent with this crap since previous Nov poll that has Prayut as the most popular for PM trouncing all by a wide distance. 

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Let us hope. This fabulously incompetent regime should be denied a democratic victory, by all means possible. After five years they have amply demonstrated they are in way over their heads. Common sense must prevail, and an alternative party must be chosen, in order for the nation to move forward. The army needs to be put out to pasture, and told that they are not wanted, not needed, not popular, and despised by most. 

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What happened to the other 6.61%?

The figures in the table, (plus 21.5% for the vote fixing party) comes to 93.39%

 

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21% all wearing the same uniform.

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I seem to remember that in the buildup to previous election, parties and individuals were not allowed to be named in these polls, instead they used rather unsubtle inferences.

 

Has the law changed?

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What a load of rubbish - "fake news". Lets us wait until the results are announced 60 days AFTER election day!!

Was the poll carried out only in the Bangkok area??

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5 hours ago, Samui Bodoh said:

"...The survey also indicates that the next government will be a coalition government, with the Palang Prachart and Democrat parties forming the core of a new government, with the possible participation of Bhumjai Thai, Ruam Palang Prachachart, Chart Thai Pattana and Chart Pattana parties which altogether will command more than 300 votes in the House of Representatives..."

 

Really? You know how the post-election period is going to occur? 

Well it is entirely possible that he knows both the numbers of the result, and the parliamentary arrangement which will emerge from those numbers to form the government. After all, they were probably drafted months ago, and he may be well enough connected to have seen, or been briefed on them...

 

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