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Palace: SWS survey results prove gov’t pandemic response is working

By: - Reporter / @DYGalvezINQ
/ 10:52 AM June 17, 2022
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FILE PHOTO: Acting presidential spokesman Martin Andanar. (INQUIRER FILE PHOTO)

MANILA, Philippines — The latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey on the quality of life of Filipinos proves that the government’s pandemic response is working, Malacañang said Friday.

Acting presidential spokesman Martin Andanar said the latest SWS survey that showed 32% of adult Filipino respondents saying that their lives got better in April 2022 compared to 24% who had the same sentiment in December 2021.

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“We view this improvement [as] incontrovertible proof that the current government’s pandemic response is working, where we put [a] premium on both health and the economy,” he said in a statement.

Andanar said the result reaffirms that the country is on its way to full economic recovery.

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“It is likewise a reaffirmation that we are now on our way to [the] full economic recovery while maintaining our vigilance with the new COVID-19 variants,” he said.

In April 2022, 34% of respondents reported that their lives had taken a turn for the worse, a decrease from December 2021’s 40% rating.

The latest SWS survey was conducted through face-to-face interviews of 1,440 adults segregated into 360 each for the locales of Balance Luzon, Metro Manila, the Visayas, and Mindanao.

The polling firm maintained sampling error margins of ±2.6% for national percentages and ±5.2% for Balance Luzon, Metro Manila, Visayas, and Mindanao.

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