The survey was conducted among 2,303 people in 17 provinces nationwide from Nov 24-26.
The poll showed about 66 per cent of those surveyed said they were interested in the censure debate against Justice Minister and the director of Flood Relief Operations Centre (FROC) Pracha Promnok on Sunday over alleged corruption on flood relief package procurement.
Regarding confidence in related agencies and personnel verifying flood relief bags, 66.3 per cent of respondents said they believed in the Office of the Ombudsman Thailand, followed by the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) and the civic sector at 61.7 per cent.
The poll indicated that about 97 per cent of those surveyed wanted spending budget details for flood victims in each area to be publicly disclosed.
When asked what could be obstacles to stop people from reporting instances of corruption, about three-quarters, or 76 per cent, said they feared for the safety of their lives and families.
Related to Sunday's no-cnfidence debate against the Justice Minister and Director of the Flood Relief Operation Centre, 78 percent of poll respondents believed it will not result in change in the goverment while 21 per cent thought otherwise.