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Majority of people not yet siding with Government or Opposition – Super Poll

 

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The majority of respondents to an opinion survey, conducted by Super Poll, say that they neither support the Government nor the Opposition, preferring to wait to before assessing their performance.

 

Super Poll conducted qualitative and quantitative research on 1,069 people from a wide range of occupations nationwide between October 15th and 19th.

 

Super Poll director Noppadol Kannikar said today (Sunday) that one interesting finding was that 67.2% of respondents admitted that they prefer not to take sides, with the Government or Opposition, because both are currently under-performing and they want to wait to assess their performance.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/majority-of-people-not-yet-siding-with-government-or-opposition-super-poll/

 

 
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Unlike the 67.2% I don't need time to decide, the opposition is nobbled and ineffective, as for the government is any comment required. 

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44 minutes ago, webfact said:

finding was that 67.2% of respondents admitted that they prefer not to take sides, with the Government or Opposition, because both are currently under-performing and they want to wait to assess their performance.

 

Would they know what a "performing"politicians are? The politicians perform every time they go out in public, just not as some would like. The political presentations do not come with sound effects or buoying noises.

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What is the Thai word for "pathetic"?  The rest of world is passing Thailand by.  

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Of course they dont like sides, there are crooks on both sides. Whoever they choose (except future forward IMHO) they get crooks. Why vote / support a side when all you get are crooks in power..

 

Drug ministers on one side / muderer MP on the other (and there are so many more examples of both sides being absolutely in it for themselves and corruption). 

 

It is like I thought it was.. they dont support because they lost faith in it.  (that is what is often said to me).

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

67.2% of respondents admitted that they prefer not to take sides, with the Government or Opposition, because both are currently under-performing and they want to wait to assess their performance.

What's there to wait? You have already assessed their "performance".

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Too bad the option "no" is not available on election ballots

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It's too late Thailand. You had your say back in March. Now live with it!

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One thousand respondents!? What a waste of time and effort. Ten thousand would have been more accurate.

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12 minutes ago, Moo 2 said:

One thousand respondents!? What a waste of time and effort. Ten thousand would have been more accurate.

No. Quality, not quantity counts.

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4 hours ago, Moo 2 said:

One thousand respondents!? What a waste of time and effort. Ten thousand would have been more accurate.

Off you go and organise one then. Don't forget to get the questions right and try to include some farangs as well.

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