The conclusion was based on interviews conducted between Dec 23 and 27 with 1,247 people throughout the country.
The pollsters said 91.66% of the respondents believed politics caused division and disunity among the people.
About 85% thought many politicians lacked a sense of public morality while 81.1% said corruption and conflict of interest still prevailed among various groups of people.
As well, 78.7% said Thai politics was still of a very low quality, affecting the country's image, economy and stability.
People's lack of respect for the law and poor law enforcement also led to the problems with Thai politics, said 73.1% of the respondents.