Military junta has done a good job in a year performance, poll says

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has done a good job over the past one year in office with a public opinion survey showed the military junta received an average 8.15 scores out of 10 from ratings by respondents.

The survey was conducted on 1,969 people during May 15-22 by Rajabhat Suan Dusit University’s Suan Dusit Poll.

On the question of satisfaction over the NCPO’s 12 months after the 22 May 2014 coup, 50.97 per cent of those surveyed said they were “rather satisfied” and another 33.06 per cent said they were “very satisfied”.

A little over 11 per cent said they were “rather dissatisfied” and slightly less than 5 per cent said they were “totally dissatisfied”.

The outstanding performance of the NPCO is its decisiveness and speed (52.67%), suppression of corruption and influential people (30.17%), social reorganisation (17.16%).

Asked to rate the overall performance of the NCPO over the past 12 months for the given 10 scores, the respondents gave an average scores of 8.15.