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Opinion Poll

Opinion Poll

IFRASSORC has conducted its eighth opinion poll on the upcoming elections. In response

to the question "If you can vote freely, which political party would you vote

for?" 11.9% said the CPP, 5.3% chose Funcinpec, 14.3% picked the Sam Rainsy

Party and 1.1% went for one of seven other parties listed on the survey. Of the 2,048

respondents 67.2% said they had no opinion.

However, when considering only the farmers who were surveyed, 17.8% chose the CPP,

3.5% chose Funcinpec, 6.6% the Sam Rainsy Party and 71.7% said they had no opinion.

Only 12 of the 39 registered parties were listed on the survey based on the criteria

that each of the listed parties had one member of parliament or a current or former

prime minister supporting it.

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