The survey was conducted between February 17 and 20 on 1,712 samples nationwide.
Asked about the channels through which respondents had followed the censure debate:
43.81 per cent said social media;
29.20 per cent said live broadcast;
26.99 per cent said TV, radio and newspaper.
On the strong points in the censure debate (multiple choice):
52.64 per cent said the opposition party's arguments;
51.50 per cent said the opposition party's choice of issues;
41.30 per cent said both parties' preparation;
38.60 per cent said the debate between the parties;
33.19 per cent said the House speaker's role.
Asked about weak points in the censure debate (multiple choice):
71.26 per cent said the arguments between the parties;
51.20 per cent said the ruling coalition's unclear answers;
50.62 per cent said both parties weering off the subject;
46.98 per cent said both parties' ill manners.
42.40 per cent said both parties blaming each other.
On their view of Thai politics after the debate:
55.40 per cent said it would be the same;
30.28 per cent said it would be worse;
14.32 per cent said it would be better.
Asked about the respondents' faith in the government after the debate:
43.25 per cent said they do not have faith;
23.28 per cent said they have lost faith;
20.57 per cent said they still have faith;
12.90 per cent said they have more faith.
Asking about the opposition and ruling coalition parties' performance during the debate (a perfect score of 10 points):
Opposition party: 6.90 points.
Ruling coalition party: 5.01 points.
Published : February 21, 2021
By : The Nation