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1. learning | 03 Mar 2013
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» Poll after poll, taken just before the election (entry polls) and during the election (exit polls) were wrong – not just a little bit but by a wide margin.
2. learning | 13 Jan 2012
» Children dream of becoming pilots and flight attendants, but not politicians, an ABAC survey finds.
3. news | 29 Jan 2015
» A majority of Thais feel the United States does not understand the political situation in Thailand, according to the result of Suan Dusit Poll published Thursday.
4. news | 25 Jan 2015
» A majority of people say although they are happy seeing the country without unrest or protest rallies after the May 22 coup, they are suffering from a higher cost of living and more expensive goods, according to the resu...
5. business | 24 Jan 2015
» The Thai economy is extremely weak at present and will slowly pick up over the next 3-6 months, driven by public spending and investment, according to a poll on local economists.
6. news | 22 Jan 2015
» A majority of people believe most of the NLA members will vote to impeach ex-premier Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday, but the decision will not spark political chaos, according to the findings of a Nida poll released Thurs...
7. news | 11 Jan 2015
» A majority of people want the Election Commission to continue to organise elections, not the Interior or Education ministries, according to the result of a Suan Dusit Poll survey published on Sunday.
8. news | 11 Jan 2015
» Thais generally believe the National Anti-Corruption Commission should file cases through the Office of the Attorney General instead of directly to the court, an opinion poll by the National Institute for Development Adm...
9. news | 04 Jan 2015
» Most of the Thais expect to see peace and unity in the year 2015, according to an opinion survey by Suan Dusit poll carried out on 1,642 people throughout the country between Dec 25-Jan 3.
10. news | 29 Dec 2014
» Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Monday called for a snap poll next month that could bring a radical anti-austerity party to power after parliament failed for a third time to elect a president.