BANGKOK, 18 July 2011 (NNT) – Majority of Bangkok city dwellers remain stressful since the situation after the 3 July general election is still unclear, plus persistent of economic stress, according to a recent survey by Suan Dusit Poll of Suan Dusit Rajabhat University.
The survey was conducted with 1,292 respondents residing in Bangkok and vicinities from 14 to 17 July 2011 regarding their mental health condition and stress after the 3 July general election comparing with the situation before the election.
In regards to political stress, 47.37% of the respondents have the same level of stress since they still do not see how the national politics will change in concrete manner. 28.07% have more stresses while other 24.56% have less stresses.
As for social stress, 53.58% of the respondents have the same level of stress, especially for their living condition as well as the situation of narcotic drug spread and crime. 39.28% have more stresses while other 7.14% have less stresses.
Regarding economic stress, 58.92% of the respondents have higher stress level due to rising product prices and living costs. 35.72% have the same level of stress while 5.36% have less stresses.
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