Tags : Survey


Study shows push for EU demise gaining momentum

A recent study has revealed that far-right Eurosceptic parties have gained influence in the European Union and could make efforts to break the bloc. An analysis which was based on a survey of national opinion polls showed that Eurosceptic parties were trying to break the EU coalition. Polls were conducted by a variety of bodies […]Read More


Over 80% of Thais use online media to share negative

BANGKOK, 14 June 2018 (NNT) – More than 80 percent of Thai people use social media to share negative and inappropriate information, according to a survey conducted by the Electronic Transactions Development Agency. The Culture Minister, Veera Rojpojanarat, on Thursday (June 14th) attended a forum on promoting cooperation to prevent the dissemination of inappropriate content […]Read More


Thailand enters list of top 25 countries for investment

BANGKOK, 9 May 2016 (NNT) – Global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney has placed Thailand at 21 out of 25 nations considered prime for investment. In an annual survey conducted by A.T. Kearney, Thailand has placed at rank 21 on a list of 25 countries garnering investment interest based on analysis of its investor confidence […]Read More


Survey Shows Prime Minister Could Be An Outsider

BANGKOK, July 2 (TNA) – A recent survey showed majority of respondents agreed that a Thai prime minister in future could be an outsider should the country faces a crisis on the condition that the person must receive at least two-thirds of a total member of the House of Representatives votes, said Thawilwadee Bureekul, a […]Read More


Do Japanese People Really Have a Low Opinion of Americans?

A recent article in American newspaper USA Today took an unusual slant when reporting on a new Pew Research survey comparing Japanese and American attitudes about each other. USA Today’s main takeaway of the Pew survey? “Japanese have low opinion of Americans.” Pew Research’s own in-depth summary of the results of the poll is almost […]Read More


Yingluck Shinawatra still more popular than Abhisit: survey

Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra is still more popular than Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva, Bangkok University pollster found in its latest opinion survey. The university found that 26.6 per cent of 1,206 respondents preferred Yingluck as the next prime minister while 25.1 per cent named Abhisit. The remaining 48.3 per cent were undecided. Read […]Read More


Government poll shows 70.6% of people support NCPO

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) won more than 70% support for its performances with only 2% voicing opposition. The poll was conducted by the National Statistical Office which was commissioned by the Office of the Prime Minister’s Secretariat to survey the people’s opinions on the NCPO’s performances. Read more: thaipbs.or.thRead More