Poll – Democracy and Flooding
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ABAC Poll – September 19 the anniversary of the coup.  What Thai people think against democracy. And comparison of the flood problem solutions between Yingluck’s government and Aphisit’s government.

Table 1 shows the percentage of people who have opinion about the democratic government in Thailand.

Rank.

Comments.

Percentage.

1.

The democratic government is good to excellent

93.2.

2.

The democratic government is bad to worse

6.8.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 2 shows the percentages of responses that are relate to the question of if democratic government is better system than others, despite many problems in terms of corruption and unfairness in society.

Rank.

Comments.

Percentage.

1.

Agree to the most agree.

89.2.

2.

Disagree to disagree strongly.

10.8.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 3 shows the percentage of the feeling of people towards democratic system.

Rank.

Sense of democratic.

Percentage.

1.

Like it very much

88.7.

2.

Dislike it

11.3.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 4 shows the percentage of responses to the question if democratic rule make the economy worse.

Rank.

Opinion

Percentage.

1

Agree to the most agree

38.2.

2.

Disagree to disagree strongly.

61.7.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 5 shows the percentage of responses to the question if democratic governance is not conducive to the discipline of the nation.

Rank.

Opinion

Percentage.

1

Agree to the most agree

7.8.

2.

Disagree to disagree strongly.

61.0.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 6 shows the percentage of responses to the question if democratic rule may cause chaos and protests in society.

Rank.

Opinion

Percentage.

1

Agree to the most agree

34.0.

2.

Disagree to disagree strongly.

66.0.

 

Total

100.0.

Table 7 shows the percentage of the opinion about the statement “if Yingluck’s government favours a particular group or people, then it will reduce confidence in democracy.

Rank.

Confidence.

Percentage.

1

Confidence in the democratic regime will reduce.

53.9.

2.

Not decrease.

46.1.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 8 shows the percentage of responses to the question if the constitutional amendment is to help the public or for the benefit of certain groups of people.

Rank.

Opinion

Percentage.

1

To benefit the public.

48.1.

2.

To benefit of certain groups.

51.9.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 9 shows the frequency of the flooding problem in residential areas.

Rank.

Flooding that occurred in the residential area.

Percentage.

1

There are flood this year/flood some year/flood almost every years/flood every years.

77.3.

2.

No flooding at all.

22.7.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 10 shows the percentage of specific responses to the question of where people get help: fom the government, Government agencies or organizations for the relief from flooding. (Only for individuals residing in the flooded areas).

Rank.

Percentage.

1

Not getting help because they stay away from the main areas. And distribution of aid is always with the same group or community leaders. It is not spread widely in rural areas and so on.

53.6.

2.

Get sufficient help.

46.4.

 

Total

100.0.

 

Table 11 shows the comparison. The comparison of problems solving related to the flooding between the Abpisit government and the Yingluck government.

Rank.

Government

The average score.

1

Abpisit government (out of 10)

5.8.

2.

Yingluck government (out of 10)

5.8.

 

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