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1. 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...
2. news | 18 Dec 2014
» The pubic overwhelmingly supports a fresh government attempt to tax tutorial schools, a Nida poll released Thursday showed.
3. news | 18 Jan 2015
» Most people are of the opinion that a certain period of time should be fixed for tourists entering and leaving a national park to avoid having problems with wild elephants, according to the result of a survey by the Nati...
4. news | 07 Dec 2014
» A majority of people want the prime minister and the cabinet to be directly elected by them, according to a survey conducted by the National Institute of Development Administration - Nida Poll.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. 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...
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. 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...