Nearly three-quarters of people surveyed believed the censure debate would not lead to any political change, Suan Dusit Poll reported on Friday.
The pollster at Suan Dusit Rajabhat University surveyed 1,273 people from Nov 28-30, seeking their opinions on the after effect of the three-day no-confidence debate led by the Democrat and Rak Thailand parties.
Asked what would happen now, 74.18% of the respondents said it would be the same as the government and the opposition have different ways of thinking and different working strategies. They would continue to be political rivals.
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