Economists have slated the government for its economic performance over the past nine months, while the prime minister is revelling in new highs of popularity, two separate polls have revealed.
The first, conducted by Bangkok University, polled 63 economists from 26 organisations between April 20-25. They gave the government a lowly 3.83 out of a possible 10 for its overall economic performance. The lowest score, 3.03, came for energy price management.
For handling the rising price of goods the government fared little better, achieving a meagre 3.17.
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