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2017 FOURTH QUARTER SURVEY

Duterte’s trust rating back to ‘excellent’ – SWS

By: - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ
/ 09:14 AM January 12, 2018

SWS 2017 Fourth Quarter Survey

 

President Rodrigo Duterte has regained his “excellent” trust rating in the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey.

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The SWS 2017 Fourth Quarter Survey released on Thursday night showed that 83 percent of Filipinos had “much trust” in Duterte while seven percent had “little trust” with the President.

SWS said Mr. Duterte had a net trust rating of +75 (% much trust minus % little trust, correctly rounded).

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The +75 net trust rating of the chief executive was a 15-point increase from the  +60 or “very good” he got from the SWS September 2017 survey.

“Except in September 2017, Pres. Duterte’s net trust rating has been excellent since he became President,” SWS said.

SWS said Duterte’s rating remained excellent in Mindanao at +94 while it also rose from “good” to “excellent” in Visayas at +76.

President Duterte’s rating, SWS said, also rose from “good” to “excellent” in Metro Manila at +73 while it remained very good in Balance Luzon at +66.

The survey was conducted from December 8 to 16, 2017 among 1,200 adult respondents nationwide.                         /kga

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