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Public backs talks, urges more detail

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Most people living in the deep South support the government's efforts to hold formal peace talks with insurgent groups, a recent poll shows. 

A total of 1,800 respondents from Yala, Pattani, Narathiwat and four districts of Songkhla took part in the poll conducted by Deep South Watch of Prince of Songkla University.

The poll was held prior to the peace talks that began on Thursday between a Thai delegation and the insurgent group representatives.

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