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Duterte maintains ‘very good’ net satisfaction ratings in SWS survey

By: - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ
/ 02:38 PM December 15, 2016
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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. Presidential Photo

President Rodrigo Duterte will “redouble his energy” as he maintained a “very good” satisfaction rating in the latest Social Weather Stations Survey released on Thursday.

Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Thursday said Malacañang was “grateful to the Filipino people for giving the President two consecutive ‘very good’ net satisfaction ratings.”

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READ: SWS: Duterte admin’s satisfaction rating in 1st 3 months ‘very good’

Duterte’s net satisfaction is at a “very good” +63 for December from +64 in September.

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“The continuous strong support for the President and his administration will serve as an inspiration for him to redouble his energy to be true to his oath of office and fulfill his promise of getting rid of drugs, crime and corruption in our society,” Andanar said in a statement.

The Palace official said Duterte was “doing his best” to address the problems of the country.

“The President knows very well that the many problems faced by the nation, including grinding poverty, inadequate social services, persistent armed rebellion and terrorism cannot be solved overnight,” he said.

“But he is doing his best to address all these, and hopes that the Filipino people would support him all the way as unity and firm resolve are what we need to move forward as a nation,” he added.

In the same SWS survey, more than half or 51 percent of respondents agreed that it might be harmful to the Philippines while 33 percent disagreed. Seventeen percent were undecided.

Andanar said the “colorful language” of Duterte was only out of frustration.

“On the President’s colorful language, we ask for our people’s understanding as these utterances are not personal attacks directed at particular persons but mere expressions of disgust and impatience over the many unresolved and unaddressed issues that remain pervasive to this day,” he said. TVJ

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READ: Duterte’s net satisfaction in first 100 days: high at 64 percent

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