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Re: Retitled: Social Weather Survey results for Duterte
« Reply #15 on: April 11, 2019, 12:55:47 PM »
https://www.sws.org.ph/swsmain/artcldisppage/?artcsyscode=ART-20190410190723

First Quarter 2019 Social Weather Survey: Pres. Duterte's Net Satisfaction rating rises to "Very Good" +66
by  Social Weather Stations  |  Apr 10, 2019  07:07:23 PM


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Re: Retitled: Social Weather Survey results for Duterte
« Reply #16 on: May 06, 2019, 10:53:52 AM »
Duterte admin satisfaction rating highest since 1989: SWS
By Joyce Ann L. Rocamora  May 4, 2019, 7:17 pm Share

President Rodrigo R. Duterte.

MANILA-- The Duterte administration has achieved the highest satisfaction rating in the Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey since the poll on national administrations was conducted in 1989.

In the first quarter 2019, the SWS survey done from March 28 to 31 showed that at least 81 percent of adult Filipinos say they are satisfied with the present administration, with only 9 percent dissatisfied, and 10 percent who are neither satisfied nor dissatisfied.
 
According to the survey, the administration's overall rating is six points above the very good +66 (76% satisfied, 9% dissatisfied) in December 2018, and two points above the previous record of excellent +70 in December 2017. Its "new record-high" net satisfaction rating reached +72, classified by SWS as "excellent."
 
In the same period during the third year of former President Benigno Aquino III, the national administration got a +53 points or "very good" rating.

In the latest survey, the Duterte administration's net satisfaction rating is highest or "excellent" in helping the poor with +72 points while it is classified with a "very good" rating on reconstructing Marawi City with +58 points and fighting terrorism with +58 points.

Out of 11 specific performance subjects rated, it attained "good" ratings on seven specific issues, such as fighting crimes at +48; reconciling with communist rebels at +45; reconciling with Muslim rebels at +44; eradicating graft and corruption at +41; defending Philippine sovereignty in the West Philippine Sea at +40; ensuring that no family will ever be hungry at +37; and +40 on foreign relations.

On the other hand, it got the "moderate" score on fighting inflation with +22 points.

The SWS attributed the rise in the present administration’s overall net satisfaction rating with the increases in all areas, rising from very good to excellent in the Visayas, up by 11 points from +63 in December 2018 to +74 in March 2019.

In Mindanao, it stayed excellent, up by six points from +75 in December to +81 in March and "very good" in Balance Luzon, up by three points from +65 in December to +68 in March.

The same classification of "very good" was received in Metro Manila, which is up by five points from +60 in December to +65 in March.

The quarterly SWS survey items on public satisfaction with the general performance of the National Administration, and its performance on specific subjects, are non-commissioned.

According to the firm, it employs its own staff for questionnaire design, sampling, fieldwork, data-processing, and analysis, and does not outsource any of its survey operations. (PNA)

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Re: Retitled: Social Weather Survey results for Duterte
« Reply #17 on: June 12, 2019, 12:44:16 PM »
Understanding President Duterte’s approval ratings
June 3, 2019 | 12:23 am
By Andrew J. Masigan

https://www.bworldonline.com/understanding-president-dutertes-approval-ratings/

The latest survey conducted by the Social Weather Station showed that support for President Rodrigo Duterte and his administration have progressed from “very good” to “excellent.” This is unusual, especially midway in a presidential term.

Of the sample group, 81 percent said they were satisfied, 10 percent were undecided, while 9 percent said they were dissatisfied. This yielded a +72 net approval rating, 6 points higher than the +66 it achieved in the previous quarter.

What is interesting is that the upsurge in public approval was realized not only in certain pockets of the country but across all provinces. Satisfaction ratings increased by 11 points in the Visayas, by 6 points in Mindanao and by 3 points in Luzon. Surprisingly, the usually critical Metro Manila also registered an increase of 5 points.

The astonishingly high ratings of this administration prompted a long discussion between property developer and good friend, Peter Angliongto, and I. We asked, how could the Duterte government’s popularity peak at a time when serious accusations were hurled against it? Why is it defying trends?

It will be recalled that the survey was conducted during the height of the “Bikoy” exposé where President Duterte and his family were implicated in the narcotics trade. It was also held in the midst of public outrage over the influx and red carpet treatment of Chinese immigrant workers at the expense of Filipino jobs.

We agreed that at the heart of the President’s ratings are two factors — first, a confluence of many minor accomplishments, which, when taken together, gives the impression that this government has its act together. The second is the traction gained by government’s infrastructure program.

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Build.Build.Build by Numbers

The real boost, however, came from the visible progress of government’s infrastructure program. This is the second and more notable reason for President Duterte’s popularity.

Although fraught with delays and legal complications at first, it has now gained traction and is moving forward in good pace. This is where it stands today.

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With the promise of an infrastructure renaissance slowly becoming a reality, it could be said that Secretaries Mark Villar of the DPWH and Art Tugade of the DOTr contributed the most towards the President’s high ratings. Credit too must be given to Secretary Mon Lopez for taming inflation and generating hundreds of thousands of jobs.

There may be a lot of political noise going around — be it in the form of the “bikoy” exposè, federalism, the return of the Marcoses in power, the absolution of convicted plunderers, the war on drugs and many more. One thing we can’t deny, however, is that perennial problems are being solved, badly needed infrastructure are being built and the economy is soaring. The numbers prove it and the numbers don’t lie.

Peter and I agree that this is why the government’s approval ratings are at +72%.

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Re: Retitled: Social Weather Survey results for Duterte
« Reply #18 on: July 09, 2019, 12:48:02 PM »
https://www.sws.org.ph/swsmain/artcldisppage/?artcsyscode=ART-20190708142248

Second Quarter 2019 Social Weather Survey: Pres. Duterte's Net Satisfaction rating at new record-high "Very Good" +68



The Second Quarter 2019 Social Weather Survey, conducted from June 22-26, 2019, found 80% of adult Filipinos satisfied, 9% undecided, and 12% dissatisfied with the performance of Rodrigo R. Duterte as President.

Compared to March 2019, gross satisfaction with Pres. Duterte rose by 1 point from 79%, gross undecided rose by 1 point from 8%, and gross dissatisfaction fell by 1 point from 13% [Chart 1, Tables 1 and 2].

This gives a net satisfaction rating of +68 (% satisfied minus % dissatisfied), classified by SWS as very good. This is a new personal record-high that surpassed the previous record of very good +66 in March 2019 and June 2017.

The SWS terminology for Net Satisfaction Ratings: +70 and above, "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"; -70 and below, "execrable".

Up in Balance Luzon, down in other areas

The 2-point rise in President Duterte's net satisfaction rating from March 2019 to June 2019 was due to an increase in Balance Luzon, offset by declines in Mindanao, the Visayas, and Metro Manila.

Pres. Duterte’s net satisfaction rating stayed very good in Balance Luzon, at a new record-high +65 (78% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in June 2019, up by 9 points from +56 (73% satisfied, 17% dissatisfied) in March 2019. This surpassed the previous record of very good +60 in December 2016 [Chart 2].

It stayed excellent in Mindanao, at +81 (88% satisfied, 8% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June, although down by 7 points from the record-high +88 (92% satisfied, 5% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in March.

It stayed very good in the Visayas, at +66 (77% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June, although down by 3 points from +69 (81% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied) in March.

It also stayed very good in Metro Manila, at +59 (73% satisfied, 14% dissatisfied) in June, although down by 2 points from +61 (76% satisfied, 14% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in March.

Up in urban areas

Urban net satisfaction with Pres. Duterte stayed very good, at +67 (79% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied) in June 2019, up by 5 points from +62 (77% satisfied, 14% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in March 2019 [Chart 3].

Rural net satisfaction also stayed very good, at +68 (80% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June, although down by 1 point from the record-high +69 (81% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied) in March.

Up in class E

Pres. Duterte’s net satisfaction rating stayed very good in class E, at a new record-high +68 (81% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in June 2019, up by 10 points from +58 (74% satisfied, 16% dissatisfied) in March 2019. This surpassed the previous record of very good +67 in June 2017 [Chart 4].

It stayed very good in class D or the masa, maintaining the record-high +68 in June (79% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied) from March (80% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied).

It also stayed very good in class ABC, at +58 (76% satisfied, 18% dissatisfied) in June, although down by 11 points from the record-high +69 (83% satisfied, 14% dissatisfied) in March.

Up among women

Pres. Duterte's net satisfaction rating stayed very good among women, at a record-high +69 (79% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June 2019, up by 4 points from +65 (78% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in March 2019. This ties the record-high set in June 2017 [Chart 5].

It also stayed very good among men, at +67 (80% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June, although down by 1 point from +68 (81% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in March.

Up among 25-34, 35-44, and 55+

The President's net satisfaction rating rose from very good to excellent among 25-34 year olds, at +72 (82% satisfied, 10% dissatisfied) in June 2019, up by 6 points from +66 (81% satisfied, 15% dissatisfied) in March 2019 [Chart 6].

It also rose from very good to excellent among those 55 years old and older, at a new record-high +70 (81% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied) in June, up by 9 points from +61 (75% satisfied, 14% dissatisfied) in March. This surpassed the previous record of very good +68 in June 2017.

It stayed excellent among 35-44 year olds, at a new record-high +73 (81% satisfied, 8% dissatisfied) in June, up by 3 points from +70 (81% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied) in March. This surpassed the previous record of excellent +72 in June 2017

However, it fell by one grade from excellent to very good among 18-24 year olds, at +57 (74% satisfied, 17% dissatisfied) in June, down by 13 points from the record-high +70 (83% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in March.

It stayed very good among 45-54 year olds, at +61 (75% satisfied, 14% dissatisfied) in June, although down by 7 points from the record-high +68 (80% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied) in March.

Up among high school and elementary graduates

Pres. Duterte's net satisfaction rating rose by one grade from very good to excellent among high school graduates, at a new record-high +74 (82% satisfied, 9% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June 2019, up by 7 points from +67 (79% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied) in March 2019. This surpassed the previous record of excellent +71 in September 2016 [Chart 7].

It stayed very good among elementary school graduates, at +62 (76% satisfied, 14% dissatisfied) in June, up by 2 points from +60 (76% satisfied, 16% dissatisfied) in March.

However, it fell by one grade from excellent to very good among college graduates, at +63 (76% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in June, down by 11 points from +74 (86% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in March.

It also fell from excellent to very good among non-elementary school graduates, at +68 (81% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in June, down by 3 points from the record-high +71 (82% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied) in March.
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Re: Retitled: Social Weather Survey results for Duterte
« Reply #19 on: October 19, 2019, 08:41:11 AM »
https://www.sws.org.ph/swsmain/artcldisppage/?artcsyscode=ART-20191009121030

The Third Quarter 2019 Social Weather Survey, conducted from September 27-30, 2019, found 78% of adult Filipinos satisfied, 9% undecided, and 13% dissatisfied with the performance of Rodrigo R. Duterte as President.

Compared to June 2019, gross satisfaction with Pres. Duterte fell by 2 points from 80%, gross undecided did not change, and gross dissatisfaction rose by 1 point from 12% [Chart 1, Tables 1 and 2].

This gives a net satisfaction rating of +65 (% satisfied minus % dissatisfied), classified by SWS as very good, 3 points below the personal record-high very good +68 in June 2019.

The SWS terminology for Net Satisfaction Ratings: +70 and above, "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"; -70 and below, "execrable".

Down in Balance Luzon and Mindanao, up in the Visayas and Metro Manila

The 3-point decline in President Duterte's net satisfaction rating from June 2019 to September 2019 was due to decreases in Balance Luzon and Mindanao, combined with increases in the Visayas and Metro Manila.

Pres. Duterte’s net satisfaction rating stayed very good in Balance Luzon, at +54 (71% satisfied, 17% dissatisfied) in September 2019, although down by 11 points from the personal record-high +65 (78% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in June 2019 [Chart 2].

It stayed excellent in Mindanao, at +76 (85% satisfied, 9% dissatisfied) in September, although down by 5 points from +81 (88% satisfied, 8% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June.

However, it rose from very good to excellent in the Visayas, at a new personal record-high +75 (84% satisfied, 9% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in September, up by 9 points from +66 (77% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June. This surpassed the previous record of +73 in June 2017.

It stayed very good in Metro Manila, at +66 (78% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in September, up by 7 points from +59 (73% satisfied, 14% dissatisfied) in June.

Down slightly in both urban and rural areas

Urban net satisfaction with Pres. Duterte stayed very good, at +66 (78% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in September 2019, down by 1 point from +67 (79% satisfied, 12% dissatisfied) in June 2019 [Chart 3].

Rural net satisfaction also stayed very good, at +64 (77% satisfied, 13% dissatisfied) in September, although down by 4 points from +68 (80% satisfied, 11% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in June.