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Majority doubt government’s COVID vaccination strategy: poll

A majority of people are not confident in the government’s administration of Covid-19 vaccination plans and doubt its goal of inoculating 50 million people with 100 million doses of vaccines by the end of 2021 can be achieved, according to the result of an opinion survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit […]Read More

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Over 80% of Thais worry about COVID-19 vaccine side effects,

More than 80% of Thai respondents to a Suan Dusit Poll are worried about the potential side effects of COVID-19 vaccines, but over 65% still want to be inoculated, once any side effects are known. Suan Dusit University polled 1,570 subjects, between January 22nd and 29th, on their opinions about the various COVID-19 vaccines currently […]Read More

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How Black Lives Matter is Losing Its Veneer of a

US public support for the Black Lives Matter has slid 12 percentage points since June; the total number of people endorsing the movement is now slightly above 50 percent, according to Pew Research Centre. US academics have outlined possible reasons behind the slump in approval, predicting what may happen to BLM after the November vote. […]Read More

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Over 90% of Thais want a total ban on foreign

Over 90% of respondents to a recent opinion poll fear the prospect of the second wave of COVID-19 infections and they want a complete ban on foreign arrivals in Thailand, according to a Suan Dusit Poll. The poll gauged the opinions of 1,459 people, between July 14th and 18th, about their concerns over the possibility […]Read More

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Concern about COVID-19 coronavirus persists: Poll

A majority of people are still worried about the spread of Covid-19, although there have been no new infections in the country for over 30 consecutive days, according to an opinion survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll. The poll was conducted online on 1,109 people throughout the country on July […]Read More

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Suan Dusit Poll reveals most Thais doubt new government can

Most Thais believe the new government, be it led by the Palang Pracharat or Pheu Thai, will not be able to end political division or other protracted problems, according to a recent Suan Dusit Poll. The poll shows 31.85% of the respondents believe that the political situation will worsen due to the lack of stability […]Read More

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Polls show Prayut most-liked

After two polls recently found that the Palang Pracharath Party is most likely to lead the formation of a new coalition government and that Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha will emerge as the new prime minister, a poll aimed specifically at first-time voters reflected the Future Forward Party and its leader’s massive popularity. Rangsit Poll by the […]Read More