Robredo: Satisfactory ratings hike means OVP doing its job
MANILA, Philippines — Vice President Leni Robredo said Wednesday that the increase in her satisfaction ratings is an affirmation that the Office of the Vice President (OVP) is doing its job well.
Robredo said she is happy with the survey’s outcome — where her rating improved by 15 points — saying it will serve as an inspiration for their office to continue their efforts.
“Masaya naman. Medyo malaki iyong itinaas ngayon, 15 points. Gustong sabihin, parang nagme-make naman ng mark iyong ginagawa ng opisina namin, kasi from Day 1 naman talagang umiikot kami sa buong Pilipinas para sa aming Angat Buhay program,” she told reporters in Cagayan de Oro.
“Baka gustong sabihin lang noon, kahit paano nararamdaman iyong ginagawa. Iyong magandang balita naman, parang nagbibigay lang sa amin ng mas malaki pang inspirasyon at pag-asa para lalo pa kaming ganahan na ipagpatuloy iyong aming ginagawa,” she added.
Robredo said OVP’s anti-poverty projects have touched base with various areas in the Philippines, including Mindanao.
“Pinupuntahan talaga namin iyong pinakamahihirap na mga lugar. In fact, dito sa may area niyo, marami kaming adopted communities sa Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental, sa Lanao—Lanao [del] Sur saka Lanao [del] Norte,” the Vice President noted.
A Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey released Tuesday showed Robredo’s net satisfaction rating moved up from +27 (moderate) in December 2018 to +42 (good) in April 2019.
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