Most voters are still undecided between the junta's camp and its rivals in the upcoming general election, an opinion poll has found.
The survey was carried out by the Super Poll Research Services among 3,572 respondents from all walks of life around the country from February 20 to March 8, said its director Noppadol Kannikar.
Noppadol said the survey found that 21.5 per cent of the respondents said they support the government's camp, which is led by the Phalang Pracharat Party, while 16.1 per cent said they do not.
Noppadol said 62.4 per cent of the respondents were still undecided as to which side they should support.
The upcoming election is seen as a polarized war between the junta, led by Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha, the candidate for prime minister of the Phalang Pracharat, and the pro-Thaksin camp, led by the Pheu Thai Party.