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Poll: Political unrest to continue

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A majority of people believe the ongoing political unrest will continue even though the Feb 2 election has been nullified, according to Suan Dusit Poll. 

Suan Dusit conducted a poll between Mar 21-23 on 1,187 people throughout the country.

Asked what they thought Thai politics would be like after the Feb 2 poll was nullified and a new election is forthcoming, most or 55.46% of the respondents said they believed the political unrest would continue, reasoning that political conflicts had long been in existence; 37.69% believed politics would become more chaotic and the conflicts would escalate; and 6.85% thought the unrest would subside.

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