'79% of Pinoys satisfied with drug war, wake-up call to critics'

'79% of Pinoys satisfied with drug war, wake-up call to critics'

The Duterte presidency has been controversial from the very beginning.

The first Mindanaoan has declared the illegal drug war as one of the cornerstone of his administration to which has been criticized, maligned, and have been always the point of attack of his detractors and local and foreign human rights groups.

Time and time again the surveys from year one up to now more than halfway his term the support of the people has not wavered, Filipinos are still satisfied with President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s crackdown on the illegal drug trade.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
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In a prepared statement , Presidential Spokesperson and concurrent Presidential Legal Adviser said the survey results should serve as a “wake-up call” against foreign groups and personalities who spread lies to discredit his campaign against illegal drugs.
“Once again, this is a loud and clear repudiation of the rambunctious political opposition and cantankerous detractors of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte and his Administration,” Panelo said.
“This too shall serve as a wake-up call against foreign countries and entities to take their cue from the genuine sentiments of the Filipino people and cease from their continuous affront against our sovereign state with their pretended or feigned concern about human rights,” he added.

The recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey shows that 79 percent of Filipinos were satisfied with Duterte’s war on drugs, only 15 percent were dissatisfied, and the remaining 6 percent were undecided.
This gives the Duterte’s drug war a net satisfaction rating of +64, classified by SWS as “very good.”
The figures is similar to the “very good” rating last September 2018 to March 2017 which ranged from +63 to +66 but 6 points below the “excellent” +70 rating in June and March 2019.

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