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Take this, haters! Despite foul mouth, SWS survey gives Duterte ‘very good’ +64 rating for 1st 3 months

Oct 6, 2016 @ 8:29

He has his share of haters especially abroad, but President Rodrigo Duterte is enjoying a “very good” +64 rating from Filipinos at home, at least in his first three months in office, according to a new Social Weather Stations survey.

The SWS said its survey conducted Sept. 24 to 27 showed 76 percent satisfied, 11 percent dissatisfied and 13 percent undecided with Duterte’s performance in his first three months.

It said the net rating of +64, or those satisfied minus those dissatisfied, is classified as “very good.”

Among his predecessors after 1986, only Fidel Ramos scored better at a “very good” +66 (70 percent satisfied, 4 percent dissatisfied) in an SWS survey conducted Aug. 10 to Sept. 8, 1992.

Benigno Aquino III got a “very good” +60 (71 percent satisfied, 11 percent dissatisfied) in a survey held Sept. 24 to 27, 2010.

Gloria Arroyo got a “moderate” +24 (42 percent satisfied, 18 percent dissatisfied) on March 5 to 18, 2001. She got a “moderate” +12 (48 percent satisfied, 36 percent dissatisfied) on Aug. 5 to 22, 2004.

Joseph Estrada got a “very good” +60 (69 percent satisfied, 9 percent dissatisfied) on Sept. 11 to 29, 1998.

Corazon Aquino got a “very good” +53 (60 percent satisfied, 7 percent dissatisfied) in a survey conducted on May 2 to June 6, 1986.

The results were posted on SWS’ media partner BusinessWorld early Thursday.

SWS classifies net satisfaction ratings of at least +70 as “excellent”; +50 to +69 “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.”

Before he took office June 30, Duterte had an “excellent” net trust rating of +79 in an SWS survey held last June 24 to 27, though this is not comparable to the September survey.

In the June survey, 84 percent had “much trust,” 5 percent had “little trust” and 11 percent were undecided.

* Geography, socioeconomic classes, gender

Duterte got an “excellent” +85 (88 percent satisfied, 4 percent dissatisfied) net satisfaction rating in Mindanao.

He got a “very good” +62 in Visayas (75 percent satisfied, 14 percent dissatisfied); +58 in Metro Manila (74 percent satisfied, 16 percent dissatisfied); and +57 in Balance Luzon (70 percent satisfied, 13 percent dissatisfied).

His net satisfaction was “very good” in urban areas at +63 (74 percent satisfied and 12 percent dissatisfied) and rural areas at +67 with 78 percent satisfied and 11 percent dissatisfied.

It was also “very good” across socioeconomic classes as well: +65 (76% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied) each in classes D, or the masa, and E, and a lower +56 (69% satisfied, 16% dissatisfied) among those in ABC.

Among men, he got an “excellent” +71 (79 percent satisfied, 8 percent dissatisfied) and “very good” +58 among women (72 percent satisfied, 15 percent dissatisfied.

Duterte got an “excellent” +71 (80 percent satisfied and 9 percent dissatisfied) among high school graduates and a “very good” +65 (76 percent satisfied, 11 percent dissatisfied) among college graduates; +57 (72 percent satisfied, 15 percent dissatisfied) among elementary graduates; and +54 (68 percent satisfied, 14 percent dissatisfied) among non-elementary school graduates.

By age, he got an “excellent” +73 (80 percent satisfied, 7 percent dissatisfied) among those aged 25 to 34; and +71 (80 percent satisfied, 9 percent dissatisfied) among those aged 35 to 44.

He got a “very good” +61 (74 percent satisfied, 14 percent dissatisfied) among those aged 45 to 54; +58 (70 percent satisfied, 12 percent dissatisfied) among those aged 55 and up; and +55 (72 percent satisfied, 17 percent dissatisfied) among those aged 18 to 24.

The survey was conducted using face-to-face interviews with 1,200 adults nationwide and with sampling error margins of ±3 percentage points for national percentages and ±6 points each for Metro Manila, Balance Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

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  • Che M-Reviera

    I thought it was 97%?????

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