BANGKOK, 1 July 2012 (INN) – Suan Dusit Poll, conducted by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, revealed that it had conducted an opinion poll of ordinary citizens nationwide on the topics of Thailand today and the current age of the government.
The poll found that 45.23% of those surveyed felt that constitutional amendments should be shelved for the moment, and time taken to thoroughly investigate problems, so as to reduce conflicts. At the same time, 40.49% of respondents expressed their opinion that the reconciliation bill should be revoked, and this action would resolve conflicts.
Furthermore, 50.32% of the surveyed citizens believed that if the government puts the amendment of the constitution and the reconciliation bill on the back burner, the present government will be able to see out its term. However, if the government pushes ahead with the two bills, 56.17% feel the government can only last another 6 months.
(NNT : Itiporn Lakarnchua)