By Thai Newsroom Reporters
MOVE FORWARD LEADER Pita Limjaroenrat has been found the favourite among all partisan candidates for prime minister after the May 14 general election, according to the latest Matichon/Daily News poll released today (Apr.29).
The second round of the Matichon/Daily News poll, conducted between Apr.22 and Apr.28 with a total of 78,583 people in all walks of life throughout the country, has found 49.17% of the respondents preferring the Move Forward leader the most for head of a post-election government, followed by 19.59% who has opted for Pheu Thai candidate Paetongtarn Shinawatra, 15.54% for Pheu Thai contestant Settha Taweesin, 6.52% for Ruam Thai Sang Chart candidate/caretaker prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and 2.35% for Palang Pracharath leader Prawit Wongsuwan.
Meanwhile, the poll, conducted by the two mainstream newspapers, has found 47.97% of the respondents preferring Move Forward candidates running in constituency-based mode the most, followed by 35.78% who has opted for Pheu Thai contestants, 5.75% for Ruam Thai Sang Chart candidates, 2.69% for Palang Pracharath contenders and 1.56% for Chart Pattana Kla candidates.
Besides, the poll has found 50.29% of the respondents preferring Move Forward contestants vying in party-listed mode the most, followed by 33.65% who has opted for Pheu Thai candidates, 6.05% for Ruam Thai Sang Chart contenders, 2.46% for Palang Pracharath candidates and 1.60% for Chart Pattana Kla candidates.
Top and Front Page: Move Forward leader Pita Limjaroenrat campaigning recently. Photos: Thai Rath
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