Suan Dusit Rajabhat University conducted its opinion survey on 2,091 people to find their reactions to national administration by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) and found most of them were happy.
Of the respondents asked from July 1 to 5, 88.52% said they were happier to see peace in the country and many problems being solved; 68.04% said their normal life returned and they could go to work and school as usual; and 64.12% paid more attention to news releases from the NCPO.
The university also announced on Sunday that 93.53% of the respondents enjoyed better atmosphere at home because they were not worried about the safety of their family any longer. In addition, 64.31% felt confident of safety because they saw soldiers deployed at places.
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