Suan Dusit Poll: It’s time for an election and Prayut wouldn’t win

A new Suan Dusit Poll carried out by Suan Dusit Rajabhat University revealed that nearly all of Thai individuals are ready for a new common election and think early 2022 is the time for it. Over 70% of people surveyed felt that Thailand is ready now for new elections, whereas solely slightly below 23% opposed the idea, with slightly below 7% uncertain. The poll also showed PM Prayut Chan-o-cha would lose an election held now to Move Forward Party chief Pita Limjaroenrat.
The poll interviewed 1,186 individuals on-line between October 25 and October 28 about their opinions regarding PM Prayut and many MPs and political leaders making their rounds touring areas of Thailand and meeting individuals. Many view this as thinly veiled campaigning that may be hinting at a forthcoming general election, presumably in the close to future. The poll asked individuals around the nation what they considered a model new upcoming election with multiple responses allowed and gathered on-line.
JUDGING FROM THE OVERALL CURRENT SITUATION, IS IT TIME FOR A NEW ELECTION?
WHO DO YOU WANT TO BE PRIME MINISTER IF THERE WAS A NEW VOTE?
WHAT DO YOU SEE FROM THE CURRENT MOVES BY POLITICAL PARTIES AND POLITICIANS?
COULD AN ELECTION TO BE HELD IN EARLY 2022?
WHAT Unlock THERE WAS A NEW ELECTION NOW?
WHAT POLITICAL PARTY WOULD WIN THE MOST MPS IN THE ELECTION?

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