Asia Foundation Releases Survey of the Thai Electorate
March 30, 2011
On March 28, Kim McQuay, The Asia Foundation’s country representative in Thailand, led the release of the Foundation’s second national survey of the Thai electorate, one of the most comprehensive public perception surveys since the political unrest in April-May 2010. “The dominant view has been that Thailand and the Thai polity is deeply divided along sharp lines,” he told Radio Australia at the launch. “But what comes out from the survey… [is] that Thailand is not divided in quite the same way.” Read why.
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