Constitution Drafting Committee chairman Meechai Ruchupan tops the list of government’s legal experts as being most trusted by the people whereas the Royal Thai Police ranks the top of the list of government agencies badly in need of reforms, according to results of Super Poll.
Super Poll of the Foundation of the Research Institute for Community Happiness and Leadership polled the opinions of 1,225 people during October 1-7 regarding political and social issues that made them feel shocked and speechless.
Super Poll director Noppadol Kannikar said 41.2 percent of the respondents admitted that they were dumbfounded by the great escape of former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra followed by 35.2 percent who said they were speechless regarding people who were made scapegoats because of the abuses of the judicial system and 32.7 percent said they were shocked by the increasing prices of consumer products.
33.5 percent said the Royal Thai Police are badly in need of reforms, followed by 12 per cent for the Education Ministry, 10 percent for economic ministries and 9.3 percent for Transport Ministry.
The second most trusted government’s legal advisor is Deputy Prime Minister Wisanu Krea-ngarm who received 46.9 percent votes of the respondents followed by Mr Meechai’s 53.1 percent of votes.
The poll also shows 46 percent of the respondents said they are happy that the country is in peace without political violence.