Government’s performance for 2 and half years scores less popularity vote

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha’s administration scored less satisfaction vote in all aspects, averaging just 5.83 points out of a total ten in the latest opinion survey compared to 5.92 points in the previous survey.

Bangkok Poll surveyed the opinions of 1,202 respondents toward the government’s performance in the past two years and six months on a wide range of issues and areas from national security, foreign diplomacy, national administration, corruption, narcotics, infrastructure development to land allocation, general economy, prices of farm products, cost of living and aid for the poor.

The followings are scores for different areas: 6.9 points for national security, honesty, 7.7 points; management capability, 7.15 points; corruption suppression, 26 points; corruption in government bureaucracy, 8.9 points; decisiveness and courage in decision making, 7.98 points.

Prime Minister scored 7.4 points for his performance rating. 26 percent of the respondents were impressed with government’s corruption suppression policy; 17.8 percent with registration of poor people policy and 9.9 percent with illicit drug policy.

Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)

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