Bangkok voters say the failure of candidates to keep campaign promises was their biggest source of disappointment in past city governor elections, Abac Poll has found.
Asked about disappointments in past city polls, 46.8% pointed to failures to fulfil campaign pledges, while 11.8% said policies were not effectively implemented, 7.8% cited corruption, and 6.9% felt let down by delays in assistance, including compensation for victims of the 2011 floods.
When asked what they were pleased about regarding governor elections, 18.7% said they were pleased with election preparations, while 18.2% said they were happy with policy implementation. Another 8.1% said they were happy with the development of Bangkok, while 8% pointed to flood prevention measures, 7.9% cited mass transportation development, and 6.9% said cooperation with residents in area development was satisfactory.
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