Srettha distant fourth in popularity poll

Srettha distant fourth in popularity poll

If elections were held immediately, Phuket would be overtaken by Move Forward.

Srettha distant fourth in popularity poll
After returning from abroad, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin leads a gathering of financial ministers at Government House on Monday. ( Photo: Government House )

Srettha Thavisin, the prime minister, has accepted the results of a fresh ballot that placed him in a remote third place among those qualified to take the position, stating that he respects the opinions of the people.

The prime minister was responding to questions about the study conducted by King Prajadhipok’s Institute. He claimed that his bad reputation could not be justified by the budget’s delay in passage.

The study “reflects the people’s opinions.” We have to honor the effects”, he said.

In a list of seven individuals for the championship, according to the poll released on Sunday, he was in fifth place with only 8.7 % help. A common election were scheduled soon, though.

Pita Limjaroenrat, the list’s lead, was easily led by Pheu Thai Party chief Paetongtarn Shinawatra and former prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha.

Bhumjaithai Party leader Anutin Charnviraul, previous Democrat Party leader Jurin Laksanawisit&nbsp, and Palang Pracharath Party chief Prawit Wongsuwon were behind him.

Standouts for excellent secretary

  • Pita Limjaroenrat 46.9 %
  • Prayut Chan- o- dah 17.7 %
  • Paetongtarn Shinawatra 10.5 %
  • Srettha Thavisin 8.7 %
  • Anutin&nbsp, Charnviraul 3.3 %
  • Jurin Laksanawisit 1.7 %
  • Gen Prawit Wongsuwon won by 0.4 %.

Move Forward did earn 208 seats if elections were held rapidly, almost double as&nbsp, some as Pheu Thai with an estimated 105 seats. Bhumjaithai would find 61 chairs, followed by the Thai Nation Party, &nbsp, 34, Gen Prawit’s group with 30 seats and the Democrats with only 22 seats.

The poll was conducted from May 7- 18 with 1, 620 resondents sporadically picked from qualified voters in all regions across the country, including Bangkok.

King Prajadhipok’s Institute put the study failure rate at plus or minus 5 %.