The Diplomat: 76% of Thais Have no Strong Political Color Attachment

April 18, 2011 — An article in The Diplomat features an interview with Rosheen Kabraji, Asia Program Manager at Chatham House, about what elections in Thailand this year could hold. Kabraji references The Asia Foundations’s 2010 National Survey of the Thai Electorate: Exploring National Consensus and Color Polarization as showing that Thais are not as politically divided along color lines as widely reported, with 76 percent claiming they had no strong color attachment. Read the full article: “Thailand Election Preview.”

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