Malacañang is saddened by the survey results showing that 82 percent of adult Filipinos believe their lives worsened in the past 12 months.
Malacañang on Wednesday welcomed the latest Social Weather Stations survey that showed 71 percent of Filipinos received financial aid from the government since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Some 71 percent of Filipinos have said their families received financial aid from the government since the start of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic, a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showed Tuesday night.
Malacañang understands the pessimism of the majority of Filipinos who believe the worst-case scenario of the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is yet to come.
The Social Weather Stations (SWS) is back to conducting face-to-face surveys despite the threat of COVID-19, its president, Mahar Mangahas, said Saturday (September 5).
Eight out of 10 Filipinos believe their lives got worse over the last 12 months, according to the latest survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations (SWS).
Social Weather Stations president Mahar Mangahas estimated that the government released only P117.4 billion under the social amelioration program (SAP) and other dole outs from the start of the lockdown in March to mid-July this year.
Malacañang said it was “saddened” by the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showing that 20.9 percent of Filipinos experienced hunger at least once in the past three months.
Only Congress has the authority to grant franchises to broadcasting entities, Malacañang said Sunday, reacting to a poll that majority of adult Filipinos believed that lawmakers should give ABS-CBN a fresh 25-year franchise.
Three out of four Filipinos or 75 percent were in favor of renewing ABS-CBN’s franchise, according to the mobile phone survey conducted by Social Weather Stations (SWS).
Malacañang is not surprised with the recent Social Weather Stations survey that 83 percent of Filipinos believe that their life has worsened in the last 12 months.
Malacañang expressed optimism that the Philippine economy will rebound if people continue to strictly heed government protocols for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) crisis.
Social Weather Stations president Mahar Mangahas said the lockdown has compelled more Filipinos to increase their reliance on government for their food and money.
Malacañang has urged the public to stay healthy amid the threat of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19).
It took a pandemic to break Social Weather Stations’ uninterrupted streak of quarterly surveys since 1992.
The number of Filipino families who experienced hunger has jumped to a six-year high as the country grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations (SWS).
Malacañang said it was “saddened” by the latest Social Weather Stations survey showing that 4.2 million families experience involuntary hunger during the period of community quarantine.
Social Weather Stations president Mahar Mangahas is blaming President Rodrigo Duterte and his ill-planned enhanced community quarantine for the contraction in the country’s economy in the first quarter of 2020.
The 76-year old boss of Social Weather Stations isn’t in favor of President Rodrigo Duterte’s enhanced community quarantine to contain the spread of COVID-19.
President Rodrigo Duterte is highly popular among Filipinos but his decision to terminate the Visiting Forces Agreement is clearly at odds with the pulse of the same majority who adores him.
Social Weather Stations president Mahar Mangahas admits he is stumped by the results of his firm’s latest polling results.
Majority of Filipinos are worried about President Rodrigo Duterte’s health, according to the latest survey conducted by Social Weather Stations (SWS).