Despite EJKs, Malacanang grateful for outpouring trust and public support for Digong
With President Duterte maintaining his majority approval and trust ratings, the Palace assured on Friday that the administration will continue to pursue its anti-crime campaign to ensure a better Philippines this year.
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella is also elated about the latest Pulse Asia survey which showed Duterte’s approval and trust ratings at 83 percent.
“The Palace welcomes the latest Pulse Asia approval and trust ratings of the President which stand at 83%. We are grateful for this continued show of public support and confidence to the President,” Abella said.
Abella said the high approval and big trust speak volumes about our people’s appreciation of the President’s achievements, especially in his campaign to rid society of drugs, crime and corruption.
“People are now beginning to feel secure in their homes, in the streets, day and night as incidents of homicide, physical injury, rape, robbery, theft, and carnapping went down, according to PNP data. This new year the Administration resolves to deliver his promise of safe and comfortable lives for all,” he said.