Gen Z people are focused on electing ‘Pita-Ung Ing’ as the new prime minister, overwhelmingly side by side, breathing down their necks.

Gen Z aims to elect two new ‘Pitha-Paethongtarn’ political leaders to be the new prime minister In a strong lead, tandem, breathing down the neck

On March 26, reporters reported that “Ajarn Thamrongsak Poll” personal research of Thamrongsak Dr Mae Petchlert-Anan, Faculty of Political Science, Rangsit University, collecting questionnaires from Gen Z people (18-26 years old, Gen Z people in the country have a total of 7.67 million voters) who are studying for a bachelor’s degree in universities in Bangkok and all the regions of the country 1,050 people for attitudes towards the elections of 14 May 2023

1. Question: “Who is the person you most want to be Prime Minister after the May 2023 election?”

The results showed that
1) Mr. Pita Limjaroenrat 29.2% (307 people)
2) Ms Paethongtarn Shinawatra 23.0% (241 people)
3) Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan 3.3% (35 people)
4) Mr. Srettha Thavisin 1.7% (18 people)
5) General Prayut Chan-o-cha 1.3% (14 people)
6) Mr. Anutin Charnvirakul 0.7% (7 people)
7) Mr Korn Chatikavanich 0.7% (7 people)
8) General Prawit Wongsuwan 0.3% (3 people)
9) Mr Jurin Laksanawisit 0.2% (2 people)
10) Mr. Somkid Jatusripitak 0% (0 people)
11) Dr. Phrommin Lertsuridej 0% (0 people)
12) Others 3.0% (32 people)
13) Not yet decided 26.9% (282 people)
14) No opinion 9.7% (102 people)

2. The question is “Are you going to vote for MPs in May 2023?”
The results showed that
1) went to vote at polling stations 74.8 per cent (784 people)
2) going to vote outside the constituency 10.3 per cent (108 people)
3) Not voting over 1.0 per cent (11 people)
4) Undecided 10.3% (784 people)
5) No opinion 3.6% (37 people)

3. Gen Z expressed a strong desire to run for the May 2023 election at 85.1 percent. This corresponds to the data collected before the previous election (March 24, 2019) that Gen Z people want to vote at 88.7 percent and is still higher than the average criteria for voting for the country whole in 2019 at 74.87 per cent.

4. Two new generation political leaders from Kao Klai Party and Thai Pheu Party lead jointly, breathing down their necks. Between Phitha Mr Lim Chareonrat with Ms. Paethongtan Shinawatra, and there are scores of undecided people who are likely to choose one of these two leaders. to be able to compete for a further 26.9 per cent of the votes

5. Gen Z people (ages 18-26) have the right to vote 7.67 million people. If 85.1 percent are expected to vote with absolute certainty, it is estimated that about 6.52 million Gen Z people will vote for the primary election. From the initial Gen Z people about 1.9 million votes, while Ms Praethongtarn 23.0% will get a popular vote from the initial Gen Z about 1.5 million votes Another 26.9% or about 1.75 million votes are undecided who to his choice

6. Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha received 1.3 percent of the Gen Z popular vote, or about 85,000 votes. General Prawit Wongsuwan received 0.3 percent of the Gen Z popular vote, or about 20,000 votes.