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Sotto on higher approval rating: I strive to be consistent

/ 11:18 AM December 22, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III was elated by the recent Pulse Asia survey which showed that his approval and trust ratings have increased.

In a viber message to reporters on Sunday, Sotto attributed his high ratings to his consistency.

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“I strive to be consistent without compromising on excellent hard work and transparency as Senate President,” he said.

“I share this honor for the increase in approval and trust ratings with my fellow senators who are as equally dedicated to the true essence of public service and have become a team though coming from diverse and sometimes competing positions. We thank the entire nation for the appreciation of our work,” he added.

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The survey released by Pulse Asia on Saturday and conducted from December 3 to 8 showed that the number of Filipinos who approve of Sotto’s performance as Senate President increased from 72 percent in September to 84 percent this month.

Those who disapprove of his performance dropped from seven to five percent, while those who were undecided dropped from 21 to 11 percent, according to the survey.

Meanwhile, his trust ratings also increased from the previous 66 percent to 78 percent, and those undecided decreased from 27 to 17 percent.

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