Record-high ‘excellent’, latest PRRD's net satisfaction rating

Record-high ‘excellent’, latest PRRD's net satisfaction rating

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte remains to be the President who second half to his term continues to be popular and continues to have the highest net satisfaction rating.

In the recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey which was conducted last December 13 to 16 poll by SWS revealed that 82 percent of adult Filipinos are satisfied with Duterte’s performance, while only 10 percent are dissatisfied.

Only 8 percent could not say whether they are satisfied or not, SWS noted.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
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“Compared to September 2019, gross satisfaction with President Duterte rose by 4 points from 78 percent, gross undecided fell by 1 point from 9 percent, and gross dissatisfaction fell by 3 points from 13 percent,” the poll said.

The SWS survey results yielded a net satisfaction score of “excellent” +72, up by seven points from Sept 2019’s “very good” +65.

The survey results also showed the President’s “new personal record that surpassed the previous record ‘very good’ +68 in June 2019,” SWS said.

The seven-point rise in Duterte's net satisfaction rating was due to increases in Balance Luzon (“very good” +66 from “very good” +54), the Visayas (“excellent” +69 from “excellent” +74), and Mindanao (“excellent” +81 from “excellent” +76), combined with a steady score in Metro Manila (“very good” +66).

Net satisfaction with Duterte’s performance also rose by nine points in urban (“excellent” +75 from “very good” +66) and five points in rural areas (“very good” +69 from “very good” +64).

The results shows the public satisfaction of president Duterte’s work performance, which happens to reached a fresh record-high in the Sept- December 2019 period.

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Report from PNA

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