SWS Results: Pres. Duterte’s Net Satisfaction Ratings Picks up to “Very Good” in 3rd Quarter of 2018

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The tough-talking President of the Philippines, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte bounce back from his “Good” ratings to “Very Good” in the third quarter of 2018 based upon the results released by the Social Weather Station (SWS).

According to SWS the survey was conducted from Sept. 15 to 23 as they found out that 70 percent of Filipinos were satisfied with Duterte’s performance as President, only 16 percent were dissatisfied, while the remaining 14 percent were undecided.

Pres. Rody Duterte’s Gross Satisfaction Rating with his performance imporoved by five points and 65 percent, gross dissatisfaction fell by four points from 20 percent, and gross undecided decreased by one point from 15 perceent.

The SWS Survey results also showed that Pres. Duterte’s rating of +54, which is classified by SWS as a “very good,” also marked a nine-point increase, and one grade up, from his personal record-low of “good” +45 in June.

The survey cited the 9-point rise in Duterte’s net satisfaction rating to increases of 16 points in Balance Luzon, two points in the Visayas, one point in Metro Manila, and one point in Mindanao.

Pres. Rody Duterte’s net satisfaction rating stayed “good” in Balance Luzon, at +49 in September or up by 16 points from +33 in June; it stayed “good” in the Visayas, at +49 in September or up by two points from +47 in June; and it stayed “good” in Metro Manila, at +36 in September, up by one point from +34 in June.

The President’s net satisfaction rating, however, stayed “excellent” in Mindanao, at +77 in September, up by one point from +76 in June.

Among the classes, the President’s net satisfaction rating rose from “good” to “very good” in class D or the masa, at +56 in September, up by 13 points from +43 in June 2018. However, it fell from “very good” to “good” in class ABC, at +41 in September, down by 25 points from +66 in June.

It also fell from “very good” to “good” in class E, at +45 in September, down by seven points from +52 in June. The survey was conducted using face-to-face interviews of 1,500 adults nationwide

Source: PNA

Ed Umbao

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