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[ Poll ] Yingluck more popular than Abhisit

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As the country's prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra receives a higher popular rating than in Abhisit Vejjajiva, Abac Poll revealed on Sunday. The poll was conducted during Sept 10-24 on 4,028 people of all walks of life aged 18 and higher in 17 provinces.

Most or 48.5 per cent of the respondets said they had faith in neither Ms Yingluck nor Mr Abhisit as prime minister, while 38.6 per cent had faith in Ms Yingluck and 12.9 per cent in Mr Abhisit.




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PYB

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seems a strange survey to say the least by ABAC which is part of Assumption Uni, when the prime ministers office is one of there clients, or possibly was the client of the dem party.


Offline Alfie

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It's no surprise that Yinglack is more popular than Abhisit. She was miles clear of him at the election on July 3rd. I'm sure she'll stay well clear of him unless she does something really silly, like allowing the military to fire live bullets at unarmed protesters, arresting political opponents, closing down community radio stations and blocking tens (hundreds?) of thousands of websites.

What's troubling about the above article is the content of the last two sentences shown, especially the last sentence. Who exactly does he mean?  ::)
There are none so blind as those who will not see.


Offline sulasno

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it means that the dinosaurs are still trying to cling to their trees


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The last two lines are pretty unbelievable considering ABAC are only employed to find results but seems this director chooses to go further with a absurd statement, which could be interpreted as a threat.,




Offline sulasno

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do I qualify to be part of the "senior people" lol

I have always admire the West for keeping records and passing them to the future generations unlike the Chinese where it is passed from mouth to mouth (generation to generation) and all is lost when there is no suitable descendant

nevertheless senior people should only advise and not participate in the actual decisions; the younger generation should be given an opportunity to grow up and make their own decisions; it is part of the learning process