Opinion polling center "Nida Poll", National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) has published the results of the poll of people in Ubon Ratchathani on

"Which party do the people of Ubon Ratchathani choose?" in this election

Using the same 3 questions used to survey the opinions of people in different provinces, Ubon Ratchathani is a large province in the northeastern region with a population of over 1.86 million people, with up to 11 MPs. .District and list of MPs

The results of the poll "Which party do Ubon Ratchathani people choose?" came out the same as other provinces.

The first question, "Who will you support as Prime Minister?" In this election, first place 45.55 percent said Khun Paethongtarn Shinawatra (Pheu Thai), second place 12.18 percent indicated Khun Pita Limcharoenrat (Khao Klai), two The opposition party scored 57.73 percent, more than half, 3rd place, 10.82 percent, indicating that Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha (including Thai Sang Chat), 4th place, 7.45 percent, Khun Srettha Thavisin, part 4, the coalition government, Khun Jurin Laksanawisit Democrat, 9th place, 2.09 percent, Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul, Bhumjaithai, 10th place, 1.55 percent, and General Prawit Wongsuwan Palangpracharath were in other groups that could not count the votes.

The total popular vote for the 4 government parties was only 3.64 percent.

Question 2 “The party that Ubon people will choose to be

Members of the House of Representatives on a constituency basis "The result came out first place 62.27 percent Pheu Thai Party second place 12.55 percent Kao Klai Party, including 2 opposition parties, 74.82 percent voted, 4 coalition parties Ruam Thai Sang Chart ranked 3 hundredth 7.18 each, Democrats ranked 5th, 3.82% Pridethai, ranked 6th, 3.36%, while Palang Pracharat went to other groups, could not count the votes, including the 4 ruling parties, receiving 14.36% of the popular vote.

Question 3 “The party that Ubon people will choose to be

Member of the House of Representatives in the form of a party list", the results came out first with 61.36 percent, Pheu Thai Party, second place with 12.91 percent, the Kao Klai Party included 2 opposition parties, with 74.27 percent of the votes, and the 4 coalition parties, Ruam Thai Sang Chat, 74.27 percent. 8.09, 3rd place Democrat, 3.73%, 5th place, Pride Thai, 2.91%, 6th place, Palang Pracharat, in the group that did not count the votes, 4 coalition parties received only 14.73% of the popular vote.

The poll results came out like this, so it's not surprising that the two opposition parties, Pheu Thai and Kao Klai, will begin negotiations to form a government.

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