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Poll: Most would turn out to vote

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About 80% of people polled said they would vote on Feb 2 if the polls go ahead, and the majority opposed another military coup, even if anti-government rallies turn violent, Bangkok Poll said on Friday. 

The pollster at Bangkok University reported the results of a survey on “the Election amidst Political Conflict”, interviewing 1,018 people, aged 18 and over, nationwide between Jan 21 and 23.

Asked whether the ongoing political turmoil has an effect on their plans to votes in the Feb 2 polls, 52.6% of the respondents admitted it has had an impact, Bangkok Poll reported.

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