Of the respondents asked from July 1 to 5, 88.52% said they were happier to see peace in the country and many problems being solved; 68.04% said their normal life returned and they could go to work and school as usual; and 64.12% paid more attention to news releases from the NCPO.
The university also announced on Sunday that 93.53% of the respondents enjoyed better atmosphere at home because they were not worried about the safety of their family any longer. In addition, 64.31% felt confident of safety because they saw soldiers deployed at places.
Besides, 79.41% said that they had more times to do activities with family members as their school and office hours ended at normal times. In the point of view of workers, 72.55% of the surveyed people said they had more conveniences in making their living.
Among friends, relatives and colleagues, 90.20% of the respondents said they were happy, had parties and ended their concerns on national situations; 84.71% viewed that they listened more to one another and were adjusting their stances towards one another's; and 68.43% sensed the feeling of unity and the importance of the national interest in the society.