The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Friday, July 7, assured the public that there will be transparency and accountability on the local and foreign donations for those affected by the conflict in Marawi City.
Category: SWS Surveys
Public appreciation on the Duterte administration continues to grow as its March 2017 rating shows a 5-point increase at +66 compared from +61 in December 2016.
The March 2017 Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey indicated that there was no change in the respondents’ personal quality of life from last December 2016 survey which stood at +16. This means that life for Filipinos did not become worse in the two quarters the survey was done.
For almost a year now, our people have witnessed the Cabinet Secretaries set the pace in transforming the executive branch into a trustworthy and compassionate government that ensures services are delivered swiftly and without delay.
A March 25-28 Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey revealed that the national median Self-Rated Poverty Gap, or the amount poor families lack in monthly home expenses relative to their stated threshold is P5,000.
The President continues to be the most trusted national leader today. His trust rating remains excellent with 80% of Filipinos giving him much trust, which is similar to the 81% he received last December 2016.
The March 25-28 Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey shows 50% of Filipino families considered or rated themselves mahirap or poor.
The latest SWS survey showing that 61% of the Filipino people support the proposed death penalty affirms the President’s leadership platform anchored on peace and order as well as his strong stance against illegal hard drugs and criminality.
The First Quarter 2017 Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey saying 6.3% of families lost property to street robbery, burglars (break-ins), or carnappers within the past six months validates earlier reports showing an increase in crime after the Philippine National Police (PNP) suspended Oplan Tokhang and Project Double Barrel last January.
PRESERVING THE NEXT GENERATION OF FILIPINOS
The vicious noise from the President’s fiercest critics failed to dampen public sentiment on the latest presidential rating.
The March 2017 Pulse Asia Survey reveals that the most urgent national concerns of Filipinos include increasing salaries of workers (43%), controlling inflation (41%), and generation of jobs (39%).
The latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey shows the net satisfaction rating of PRRD at +63 in March, similar to the “very good” +63 and “very good” +64 ratings he got in December 2016 and September 2016, respectively.
Pulse Asia, Inc. reported that nearly eight (8) in 10 Filipinos appreciate the performance of the President (78%) as well as express trust in him (76%) when the survey was conducted on March 15-20.
We are pleased with the latest Pulse Asia survey showing that more than 8 out of 10 residents of Metro Manila now feel safer in the streets as a result of the government’s drive against illegal drugs.
The 2017 SWS Survey Review showing that 86 percent of Filipinos are ‘very satisfied’ on how democracy works in the country during the term of President Duterte
A Malacañan official on Tuesday, January 31, welcomed the recent Social Weather Station (SWS) showing a decline in the number of Filipinos who fell victims to crimes.
For two consecutive quarters, change has been really felt by our people when Filipino families who considered themselves mahirap/poor reached a new record low.
A Malacañang official on Tuesday welcomed the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey where the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte received a “very good” net satisfaction rating.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs continues to gain satisfaction from majority of Filipinos.
A great majority of Filipinos remains satisfied with the performance of the Duterte administration in its campaign against illegal drugs, according to the 4th quarter survey of the Social Weather Stations (SWS).
The Third Quarter 2016 Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showing that 86% of Filipinos are satisfied with how democracy works is a testament to the appreciation of freedom-loving Filipinos on our democratic way of life.
Surveys are snapshots of our people’s sentiments at any given time.
Filipinos have a ‘very high’ optimism level under the Duterte administration.
We welcome the latest Social Weather Stations survey showing the ‘very high’ (+43) net personal optimism of our people and their ‘very high’ (+44) net optimism about the economy.