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The President’s Satisfaction Rating Currently Matches His Personal Best Record From 2017

PRESIDENT DUTERTE’S SATISFACTION RATING – Propelled by the Mindanaoans, Pres. Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s satisfaction rate soars to a 5-point rise in March 2019.

Back in 2016, the first year of the presidential term, President Duterte already had a pretty good net satisfaction rate.

Photo taken from International Business Times

Latest reports from the Social Weather Stations or SWS have revealed that 79% of Filipinos are currently satisfied with the President’s performance. That is a huge increase considering last year’s numbers at 74% recorded in December.

This rating gives the president a +66 in March 2019. Which, according to the Social Weather Station is under the “very good” category. This is based on an article from Rappler.

According also to the article, the current records show that the president is now back to his personal best rating dated back in June 2017.

The latest survey was conducted with 1,440 adult participants from all over the country. Error margins for national percentages are at ±2.6% and ±5% each for Balance Luzon, Metro Manila, Visayas, and Mindanao.

It was also revealed that the dissatisfaction rate of the president dropped by 2 points from 15% in December 2018 to 13% now. The number of undecided people also dropped by 3 points from 11% to 8%.

Among the social classes, the president scored his highest personal record with the class ABC or the wealthier Filipinos at +69 which is under the category “very good”. That is a 7-point increase from December 2018.

He also scored a pretty good +68 with the class D or the middle class Filipinos, also categorized under “very good”. This is a 10-point increase from December 2018.

That is all there is to it. We’ll post updates as soon as we get them.

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