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Poll surveys perceptions of political news

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Poll surveys perceptions of political news

 

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BANGKOK, 19th February 2019 (NNT) – Suan Dusit Poll has released the results of a survey into the top five most popular news topics over the past week, finding most people are following news about electoral fraud and political upheaval.

 

Suan Dusit Poll surveyed 1,186 people between February 12th and 16th, 2019 to identify the top five most popular news topics. The first, reflecting 54.68 percent of the attention of respondents, was the general election, followed by 30.22 percent indicating they are following news about the Constitution Court’s movements.

 

Meanwhile, 21.04 percent of those sampled said they are following news about candidates for the position of PM, with most saying they want to see a debate between those running.

 

The fourth most popular topic, with 19.87 percent of respondents, was new political candidates and the activities of political parties. The fifth topic at 15.29 percent was political party campaigning, particularly novel methods being used by parties.

 

The top five concerns based on the views of those surveyed are the opaqueness of the general election, political upheaval, Thailand’s post-election future, the next prime minister and voting procedures.

 

On how the news was affecting their voting decisions, 35.44 percent of respondents said they feel they must study data more closely, 24.67 percent said the news wasn’t impacting their decision, 21.56 percent said they were finding it harder to make a decision, 15.89 percent said they felt compelled to vote and 12.3 percent claimed they want to give new parties and candidates a chance.

 

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-- nnt 2019-02-19

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31 minutes ago, webfact said:

The fifth topic at 15.29 percent was political party campaigning, particularly novel methods being used by parties.

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52 minutes ago, webfact said:

and 12.3 percent claimed they want to give new parties and candidates a chance.

looks like it will take a couple more generations

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