The Bangkok Poll, conducted by the research centre of Bangkok University last Wednesday, found that Pongsapat’s advocates are mostly civil servants, traders, employees, househusbands and housewives and retirees. Their education is mostly below bachelor’s degree level.
Those who will vote for former Bangkok governor Sukhumbhand are mainly private employees, students and people holding bachelor’s degrees or higher.
According to the survey, Mr Pongsapat is leading Mr Sukhumbhand, while independent candidate Pol Gen Seripisut Temiyaves remained the third ranked choice. One-fourth of eligible voters remain undecided.