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Majority of people polled satisfied with PM's leadership, decisiveness, transparency

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Majority of people polled satisfied with PM's leadership, decisiveness, transparency

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BANGKOK: -- Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha still won the hearts of the people in the latest poll conducted by the National Institute of Development Administration.

The Nida Poll surveyed opinions of a total of 1,252 people from all levels of education and all occupations throughout the country from February 19-21.

They were asked on the performance of the prime minister after one year and a half in office since the 22 May coup in 2014.

The result showed that the majority of people asked are satisfied with his performance in working. But for his decisiveness, leadership, and transparency, the scores given to the prime minister are over 70%, according to Bangkok Post.

For general performance in office, 29.68% said Gen Prayut performed very good, 49.92% fairly good, 11.60,% rather unsatisfactory, and only 7.84% very unsatisfactory.

For his work ideology, 84.56% said he has strong ideology and determination to work for the nation and the people, with only 12.80% seeing him having no ideology and working only to uphold his power.

For decisiveness in working, 84.72% said Gen Prayut has courage to make decision on important political and administrative issues, while only 13.52% argued that he has no courage.

Regarding his personality as a leader, 72.88% viewed he has military style leadership, while 17.52″ saw him having democratic style leadership, and 7.36% said he has mixed personalities of military and Democratic style leadership.

On the solving of national problems, 76.08% admired his efficiency in solving national problems, while 21.76% said he has no efficiency.

But for his transparency in working, 70.80% gave their thumps up for his transparency, while 17.84% argued his work in not transparent and can’t be cross checked.

The survey also showed five ministers whose performances were most impressive. They are Gen Prawit Wongsuwon, Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatisripitak; Tourism and Sports Mininister Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam and, Social Development and Human Security Minister Pol Gen Adul Saengsingkaew.

But the least impressive voted by the people in the survey are Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Gen Chatchai Sarikalya, Deputy Commerce Minister Suvit Maesincee, Commerce Minister Mrs Apiradi Tantraporn, Education Minister Gen Dapong Rattanasuwan, and Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith.

The reliability of the survey result was given as 95.0%, with the standard error not exceeding 1.4.

Source: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/content/152292

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-- Thai PBS 2016-02-25

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Any Redshirt supporters in this poll ?.

regards Worgeordie

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Gosh, that's a positive headline spin for rather a mundane poll result.

If my kid had the equivalent school report she'd be straight off to the naughty room with no dinner. coffee1.gif

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The Nida Poll surveyed opinions of a total of 1,252 people from all levels of education and all occupations throughout the country from February 19-21.

A vast cross section of Thai society. The enormity of this poll staggers me..........................One thousand two hundred and fifty two.........wow!

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1,252 ppl.. An amazing number that can easily fit in my condo building.. d'oh..

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My cat is 100% satisfied with anyone who gives out free cat food.

That might also explain Thaksin's popularity.

I think you're all on to something.

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In my village the red shirts are hanging back outside there homes that's how much they like him

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total of 1,252 people

Let me poll my echochamber and see how popular I am there...geez. That's barely 1300 people out of thousandfold higher population and isn't even remotely representative of anything. Swear to god can there really be people who fall for easy headlines? /sigh

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There isn't necessarily anything wrong with the sample size as much as you have to question the sample cross section.

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One more nonsense from the Junta.

If the poll was conducted in the army or during adjustment sessions it seems quite possible..

Do you really think people will believe this?

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Imagine anyone having the nuts to dare publish a poll with negative results, it would never see the light of day well not until it had been ' corrected ' anyway.

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I'm ex-mil, I don't have a problem with how he leads, but I sense it's starting to get old and in time, the fuse on the powder keg will be lit.....again. Wash, rinse, repeat. The US, even with its ills, and as much as I hate to admit, is starting to look like an option. Damn!

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