Most believe govt can't solve pollution crisis, survey shows

In the Bangkok metropolitan area, the concentration of PM2.5 continues to reach a level that causes health damage, but the public opinion survey center at Suan Dusit Rajabhat University says that the majority of citizens are not sure the government will be able to solve the PM2.5 problem. The survey was conducted nationwide from January 21 to 25, with 1,376 respondents.

When asked, "Can the government solve the problem?" 93.6% answered that "there are no effective measures taken so far and I don't think they can solve it." When asked, "Do you know the cause of air pollution?" 84.3% answered "dust at construction sites, factory smoke, automobile exhaust gas, and smoke from open burning," but 15.7% answered "not interested." ".



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