MANILA, Philippines – The profit satisfaction of Vice President Lenny Robredo and former house spokesman Gloria Macapagal Arroyo came down in the recent survey of Social Weather stations, while Senate President Vizente Sotto where had "his very good" score.
According to SWS, Robredo's net ratings have slowed down from "good" to "moderate," still falling by 14 points, from +42 March to +28 in June. Results also showed that her ratings dropped in all localities except Metro Manila.
"The 14-point decline in overall net satisfaction rating of Vice President Robredo was due to decreases from 21 points in the Visayas, 18 points in Mindanao, and 13 points in Balance Lions, combined with a solid network rank in Metro Manila." "SWS said in his release on Tuesday night.
Arroyo's scores are currently at -20, down from March 17 to 2019, despite a three-point increase in Visayas.
Sotto ratings, on the other hand, recorded a slight decline, down from +61 March 2019 to +60 in June. Mainly attributed to Mindanao scores from +58 to +50; And in Balance Luzon, from 65 to +60.
The decreases are compensated by increases in Visayas (+3) and Metro Manila (+11).
The ratings of Chief Justice Lucas Berzamin stayed at the moderate range, down from +14 to +13.
"The 1-point decline in overall net satisfaction rating of Chief Justice Burmese was due to increases from 24 points in Metro Manila and 4 points in the Visayas, combined with decreases in 11 points in Balance Luzon and 4 points in Mindanao," SWS said.
They have added.
The Supreme Court's perception was also highest since November 1990, with a score of +54.
The view of the Senate was very good with +63 shots, from +62 March; While the Representatives House has a record-high +48 score.
The SWS said that his face-to-face interviews with 1,200 adult Filipinos from June 22-26 – before Arroyo officially completed her term as Pampanga's 2 District Representative and Speaker of the House of Representatives.
The respondents are divided into 300 each for the four locals – Balance Luzon, Metro Manila, Visayas and Mindanao. Respondents were asked to rate the four officials based on how satisfied or dissatisfied they were with their performance.
The survey has a margin of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
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