'I do not care' - Duterte re 11pt. drop in his net satisfaction rating

'I do not care' - Duterte re 11pt. drop in his net satisfaction rating



Nothing worry about.

The latest Social Weather Station (SWS) survey showed President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s net satisfaction rating dropping at 45% has failed to make the former mayor worry about it.

During his speaking engagement in Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga he even said: “I don’t care, make it 15. It does not interest me at all.”
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte (photo credit Malacañan)

Duterte was referring to the -11 point drop in the latest SWS survey with respect to is net satisfaction rating which is now at +45 which remains “good”.

The survey also showed that 65 percent of Filipinos were satisfied with Duterte’s work as leader of the country while 20 percent disagreed and 15 percent still undecided.

“I’m just travelling along the coast. And with a new suggestion, since I am not popular anymore, Congress might decide to get a popular one. You want a popular President, fine good,” Duterte said.

Satisfaction rating is still higher than his last 3 predecessors

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque emphasized that Duterte’s +45 rating remains highest compared to his last three predecessors.

Records showed that, former president Joseph “Erap” Estrada whose rating plummeted to +5 on his second year in office while former president Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s rating also dropped to +6 in 2002 and ex-president Benigno (Noynoy) Aquino III’s rating to +42 in May 2012.

"The survey evidently showed that — despite several challenges surrounding his presidency at the time the survey was conducted — PRRD still enjoyed the confidence of the majority of Filipinos with 'good' net satisfaction ratings in Metro Manila, Balanced Luzon, and the Visayas and 'excellent' net satisfaction rating in Mindanao," Roque said.
 

“It is worth mentioning that the survey was conducted from June 27-30 of this year which marked the end of the President’s second year in office,” the Presidential Spokesperson said.

The President’s net satisfaction rating in Metro Manila dropped 20 pts.  from 54% in March to 34%  in June. He also registered a decline in his ratings in Luzon from 39% in March to 33%in June.

In his hometown in Mindanao, the Duterte's net satisfaction rating dropped from 82%  in the first quarter to 76%  in the second quarter. He obtained a large decline in the Visayas from 65% to 47% in the same period.

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