Anutin voted to be suitable political leader who stands above social conflicts, Thailand’s “Super Poll” reports

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The majority of voting participants have voted Anutin Charnvirakul to become a suitable political leader who was above social conflicts, according to the Super Poll’s result on Sunday, October 30th.

Of 2,016 selected voters, 35.8 percent chose Anutin Charnvirakul, Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Bhumjaithai Party, to be the political leader most above social conflicts. One of the reasons indicated in the survey was that Anutin had no history of conflict with anyone, speaks little, and did not blame those who scolded at him.

Some of the reasons stated by the voters reads: “He was a good-hearted person who had a contribution to many lives and potentially solved the Covid-19 crisis and improved the public health system. He was also kind to local residents, very skilled, wealthy, and liked rich people.”

The second place, accountable for 29.7 percent, was Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O’Cha while the third, or about 13.1 percent, was Paetongtarn Shinawatra – the leader of the Pheu Thai Party.

Additionally, when asking about the main reason of social conflict in Thailand, the majority, accountable for 66.1 percent, states that the movement of defamation against the country’s highest institution is the main cause of the conflict in Thai society, followed by 53.4 percent of political groups who received money from influential foreigners, 41.9 percent the pro-democracy movement, 32.0 percent the movement of institutional reform, 26.2% the 2014 military coup, and 23.7 percent the consolidation, monopoly on business, energy, food and communications.


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Nop Meechukhun
National News Writer at The Pattaya News from September 2020 to October 2022. Born and raised in Bangkok, Nop enjoys telling stories of her hometown through her words and pictures. Her educational experience in the United States and her passion for journalism have shaped her genuine interests in society, politics, education, culture, and art.