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1. news | 24 Mar 2013
» A slight majority of people agree with the government's plan to acquire 2.2 trillion baht in loans for transport infrastructure but most are concerned over corruption in the implementation of the various projects, Su...
2. news | 18 May 2013
» Most people support a plan to reform the Democrat Party, according to survey results released on Saturday by Suan Dusit Poll.
3. news | 31 Mar 2013
» People are most interested in the news on the government's 2-trillion-baht loan bill over other political news, Suan Dusit Poll revealed on Sunday.
4. news | 28 Apr 2013
» More than 80% of people surveyed by Suan Dusit Poll on "political news in Thailand" say the most interesting news for them is the Preah Vihear issue.
5. news | 12 May 2013
» A majority of Thais object to the Education Ministry's plan to close small schools and merge them into larger schools of reputedly higher quality, according to the result of Suan Dusit Poll published on Sunday.
6. news | 05 May 2013
» Many people in the deep South rejected the five demands issued by the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) separatist movement, according to a Dusit Poll survey.
7. learning | 09 Nov 2012
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Learn Thai: American voters have now declared their choice for president, but who would Thais have chosen if they had the chance? A Suan Dusit conducted just before the election gives the answer.
8. learning | 14 Dec 2011
» Although only one-fifth of Wat Suan Kaew's 160-rai area has dried out, temple helpers have already begun restoration work.
9. news | 22 Apr 2013
» Three soldiers were wounded, two seriously, when an anti-tank mortar exploded at an army camp's ordnance depot in Bangkok's Dusit district yesterday.
10. learning | 03 Mar 2013
Easy English news
» 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.