Poll finds honesty is key for voters
The Suan Dusit Poll surveyed 1,034 people across the country to find out which factors will most influence voters’ choice of candidate. The poll found that 27.9% of all respondents chose honesty; while 25.1% chose knowledge and capability. Personal background came third at 16.1%, followed by education at 15.8%, and political experience at 14.8%.
The poll also found that graduates in the field of economics were preferred by 41.2% of all respondents — followed by political science at 22%; business administration at 14.7%; law at 14.5%; and development administration at 7.4%.