The Thai military government's performance during the past three months after the May 22 coup has impressed the people with latest survey by Bangkok Poll revealed the junta scored 6.9 points from 10 for satisfaction rating.

Its performance score surpassed the Yingluck and Abhisit governments which earlier received 4.49 and 3.82 respectively, according to a PBS television bulletin.

The bulletin also said the poll based on telephone interviews from August 19 to 20 found that 1,259 people nationwide were satisfied with the performance of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) over the past three months.

The military government gained a score of 6.9 points out of 10 for overall performance, 7.69 for handling national security, 7.44 for law enforcement, 7 points for social affairs and quality of life, 6.34 for the economy, and 6 for foreign affairs.

Similar surveys conducted during the two-year terms of former prime ministers Yingluck Shinawatra and Abhisit Vejjajiva produced scores of only 4.49 points (in August 2013) and 3.82 (in December 2010) respectively for overall performances.-VNA