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Bangkok Poll: Over 80 percent intend to vote in referendum

Over 80 percent of the respondents of Bangkok Poll said they intend to vote in the national referendum on August 7. Bangkok Poll of Bangkok...

Bangkok Poll: Graduates worried salary hike will make jobs harder to...

BANGKOK, 6 September 2011  – Most of fourth-year university students have voiced agreement with the policy of the government to increase the salary for...

5.5 million workers entitled to Bt300/day minimum wage

BANGKOK, Sept 6 - Some 5.5 million people working in factories, trade and services sectors are entitled to receive the government's minimum wage of...

Bangkok Poll asks youth if their mothers were PMs

BANGKOK, 9 August 2011 – Mothers would be asked by their children to think of common benefits and be honest if they were a...

Bangkok Poll: Yingluck, Pheu Thai at the head start

BANGKOK, 24 May 2011  – A recent survey by the Bangkok University Research Institute (Bangkok Poll) shows that Bangkok city dwellers have supported...

Bangkok Poll: Laborers want higher wages

BANGKOK, 29 April 2011  – Laborers are demanding higher minimum wages to match the skyrocketing cost of living at present, according to a...

Bangkok poll: majority favors opposition party in the censure debate

BANGKOK, MARCH  20 2011 (NNT) - Bangkok Poll disclosed the majority favored the Opposition due to their superior debate and reliable information compared to...

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