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Opinion Poll Results

Opinion Poll Results

The Institut Francais de la Statistique, de Sondage d'Opinion et de Recherche

sur le Cambodge (IFRASSORC) released the results of its third opinion poll on the

current political situation in Cambodia on March 3.

The Institute asked 1875 Cambodians three questions. In response to "Do you

want a ceasefire to be proclaimed all over Cambodia?" 95.4 percent said yes;

3.0 percent said no; and 1.6 percent had no opinion.

In response to "Do you want Prince Norodom Ranariddh to come back to Cambodia

to compete in the next elections?" 76.9 percent said yes; 3.7 percent said no;

and 19.4 percent had no opinion.

In response to "Among the following political leaders, which one do you most

like?" responses were: Hun Sen - 16.6 percent; Norodom Ranariddh - 13.4 percent;

Sam Rainsy - 7.8 percent; Son Sann - 0.4 percent; Pen Sovann - 1.2 percent; Another

political leader - 1.5 percent; No opinion - 59.1 percent.

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