Surprise haters! Duterte gets ‘very good’ satisfaction marks, in September survey


According to a new survey, President Rodrigo Duterte government in three months, they got a “very good” satisfaction rating.

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Despite of criticism, so far, there are three of four Filipinos were satisfied in their performance.


According to Social Weather Stations (SWS), Duterte administration also got very good remarks not only in their war against illegal drugs in the country but also in protecting human rights.

Social Weather Stations survey, it said that September 24 – 27 showed 75 percent Filipinos were satisfied, 8 percent dissatisfied and 17 percent undecided.

SWS classifies net satisfaction scores of +70 and above as “excellent”; +50 to +69 as “very good”; +30 to +49 “good”; +10 to +29 “moderate”; +9 to -9 “neutral”; -10 to -29 “poor”; -30 to -49 “bad”; -50 to -69 “very bad”; and -70 and below, “execrable.”

The Duterte administration bagged “very good” scores in:

– “promoting the welfare of overseas Filipino workers” (+62)
– “fighting crime” (+58)
– “eradicating graft and corruption” (+57)
– “fighting terrorism” (+55)
– “defending the country’s territorial rights” (+55)
– “distributing lands to deserving tillers under land reform” (+53)

It scored “good” in:
– “developing science and technology” (+49)
– “providing jobs” (+46)
– “reconciliation with Muslim rebels” (+42)
– “foreign relations” (+39)
– “ensuring an efficient transportation system” (+39)
– “reconciliation with communist rebels” (+39)
– “ensuring that no family will ever be hungry” (+37)
– “fighting inflation” (+33)

Also, the government’s net ratings rose by at least one grade in 10 areas:
– “promoting human rights”, “very good” +63 from the “good” +31 in September 2015
– “fighting crime”, “very good” +58 from June’s “good” +31
– “eradicating graft and corruption”, two grades up to “very good” +57 from June’s “moderate” +27
– “fighting terrorism”, three grades up to a “very good” +55 from a “neutral” +7 in April
– “defending the country’s territorial rights”, “very good” +53 from June’s “good” +45
– “distributing lands to deserving tillers under land reform”, “good” +53 from a “good” +36 in December 2012
– “reconciliation with Muslim rebels”, “good” +42 from “moderate” +25 in June
– “reconciliation with communist rebels”, “good” +39 from “moderate” +25 in June
– “ensuring that no family will ever be hungry”, “good” +37 from June’s “moderate” +25
– “fighting inflation”, “good” +33 from a “moderate” +19 in June.
– “helping the poor” and “promoting the welfare of OFWs” stayed at “very good”

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