By The Nation
The survey, which had 1,017 respondents nationwide, was carried out from Wednesday to Friday by Suan Dusit Pollster. It was carried out after Jurin Laksanavisit was elected as the Democrat leader on Wednesday.
Asked whether they think the Democrat under Jurin’s leadership should join the pro-junta coalition of the Phalang Pracharat, 58.05 per cent of respondents said they believe so because the Democrats should serve the people as a coalition partner.
The remaining 41.95 per cent said they think the Democrats should not join the coalition because the party adheres to democratic principles and it has announced it would not support the National Council for Peace and Order retaining power.