Survey: Duterte trust rating back to Excellent

Survey: Duterte trust rating back to Excellent.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepJan 12th, 2018

Survey: Duterte trust rating back to Excellent

Survey: Duterte trust rating back to Excellent.....»»

Category: entertainmentSource:  pepRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

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

  President Rodrigo Duterte has regained his "excellent" trust rating in the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey.   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 trustminus %little trust, correctly rounded).   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 2017survey.   "Except in September 2017, Pres. Duterte's net trust rating has been excell...Keep on reading: Duterte’s trust rating back to ‘excellent’ – SWS.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

SWS: Duterte net trust rating back to excellent

MANILA, Philippines — President Duterte’s net trust rating returned to “excellent” in the fourth quarter of 2017, the Social Weather Stations (SWS) said in i.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJan 13th, 2018

Philippines' Duterte keeps 'excellent' trust rating in survey - Channel NewsAsia

Philippines' Duterte keeps 'excellent' trust rating in survey - Channel NewsAsia.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsMay 8th, 2017

Duterte retains 'excellent' trust rating in SWS Q4 survey - Philippine Star

Duterte retains 'excellent' trust rating in SWS Q4 survey - Philippine Star.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsDec 22nd, 2016

Duterte retains excellent trust rating in SWS Q4 survey

MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte retained an "excellent" trust rating in the latest Social Weather Stations survey, with respondents in Mindan.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsDec 22nd, 2016

Roque: Duterte continues to have ‘excellent’ rating

Malacanang said President Rodrigo Duterte continued to enjoy "excellent" satisfaction rating because of his administration's propoor programs despite a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey that showed his net satisfaction rating dropped by 12 points.   Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said "it is noteworthy to mention" that the President's satisfaction rating was still "very good" at +58 and remained strong in Mindanao.   He said that in Luzon and Visayas the President continued to enjoy very good satisfaction ratings.   Roque made the remarks in reaction to the SWS survey which was conducted from March 23 to 27.   "We remain grateful to o...Keep on reading: Roque: Duterte continues to have ‘excellent’ rating.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 13th, 2018

Duterte, a ‘strongman’? Who cares!

CERTAINLY not the Filipinos who, in a Social Weather Station (SWS) survey last month, gave President Rodrigo Duterte a “very good” net trust rating of +65, with 76 percent of adult Filipinos saying they had “much trust” in their commander in chief. Although the president’s rating dipped slightly from the previous quarter’s survey, his trust [...] The post Duterte, a ‘strongman’? Who cares! appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsMay 7th, 2018

Pulse Asia poll on Cha-Cha, Ombudsman on Paolo Duterte, Moon on North Korea | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler: A Pulse Asia survey shows majority of Filipinos or 64% oppose amending the 1987 Philippine Constitution.  A Social Weather Stations survey shows Vice President Leni Robredo's net trust rating is down by 13 points, from +52 last December to +39 in the first quarter of 2018.  The special fact-finding panel of the Office of the Ombudsman clears resigned Davao City ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 2nd, 2018

SWS survey on Duterte’s trust rating, Press freedom in PH, Kim and Moon summit | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler: A  Social Weather Stations survey shows a 10-point drop in President Rodrigo Duterte's trust rating in the first quarter of 2018.  The Nacionalista Party will field 3 senatorial candidates in the 2019 elections.  Reporters in the House of Representatives are protesting proposed new media accreditation rules that virtually demand only positive coverage of the legislative ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsApr 27th, 2018

Duterte& apos;s net trust ratings downgraded from & apos;excellent& apos; to & apos;very good& apos; – latest SWS survey - Manila Bulletin

Duterte's net trust ratings downgraded from 'excellent' to 'very good' – latest SWS survey - Manila Bulletin.....»»

Category: newsSource:  googlenewsRelated NewsApr 27th, 2018

Palace welcomes DU30 poll rating

MALACAÑANG yesterday welcomed the latest survey showing the majority of Filipinos continue to trust President Rodrigo Duterte who has been repeatedly criticized here and abroad for some of his policies especially the war on drugs. Duterte secured a net trust rating of +65 following a survey conducted by the Social….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsApr 27th, 2018

Duterte trust rating drops by 10 points

President Duterte’s trust rating suffered a 10-point decline and a downgrade from “excellent” to “very good” in the latest Social Weather Stations survey......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsApr 27th, 2018

‘Grand Deception’ by Jun Ledesma

Letters From Davao: WHEN RAPPLER through its President, Maria Ressa, was caught trifling with an important tenet in the Philippine constitution that mandates that Philippine media should be 100% owned by Filipinos the Securities and Exchange Commission ordered it closed. Rappler was parading like it is wholly owned by Filipinos but turned out it accepted investment from Omidyar Network (ON) which is known for its notoriety in destabilizing heads of state that are not docile to America. It tried deception by claiming that the Philippine Deposit Receipts it issued to ON money was for philanthropic contribution. The attempt dragged them deeper in shit as PDRs are actually commercial instruments. When this trick did not work, Ressa again tried another act this time claiming that Omidyar signed a waiver on its veto power. Again this did not pass scrutiny of the SEC because the said waiver was discovered to be just a scrap of paper as the document was not notarized.  Running out of deceptive tricks Ma. Ressa went berserk when she was served the closure order and went about town crying her freedom is being curtailed by Pres. Rodrigo Duterte no less. Her partner Pia Ranada did the same screaming she will be jailed by Duterte’s military. The grandstanding, it was obvious, was to stonewall the criminal violation they committed and to paint Rappler and its staff headed by Ressa as victims of oppression and dictatorial regime of Duterte. Contrary to its claim that they have lost their freedom of expression, more than ever Rappler had increased the crescendo of its unfettered attack on no less than the President Duterte himself. Ressa spearheaded a Black Friday movement supported by a handful of students from where else by the University of the Philippines campus and the usual garrulous but moribund Liberal Party stalwarts headed by VP Leni Robredo. They were joined in by UN Rapporteur Agnes Callamard and her local counterpart Chito Gascon in denouncing the Duterte government for curtailing the freedom of the press. Other foreign-funded media outfits joined the fray for obvious reason.  Theirs is a cacophony of ridiculous chants. Robredo warned that the closure of Rappler is a symptom of a dark future of the country. The juvenile delinquents in the UP campus joined pipsqueak assemblies with screaming placards denouncing Pres. Duterte and his “malignant forces that continue to peddle lies to justify their tyranny and dictatorship”.  They cut classes to face the TV cameras and klieg lights unmindful of yet another spectacular grade the survey firms Social Weather Station and Pulse Asia showing an “excellent” grade on the sustained trust and popularity of the nation on Duterte which they had been flagellating no end.  No one seems to mind their issue about tyranny and dictatorship as the World Bank grudgingly declared that “DDS killed democracy in the Philippines but they haven’t killed the country’s vibrant economy”.  Forbes, an international business magazine, likewise quoted WB on its Global Economic Prospects, which asserts that “Duterte Philippines is the 10th fastest growing economy in the world”.  The statistics is a slap on the face of VP Robredo who remains to be an incurable pessimist despite the figures that cannot lie. She continues to see the future of the Philippines in dark glasses forgetting that she is a Vice President and therefore should have celebrated with the rest for the gains that the country achieved. For her part, Maria Ressa simply ignored what Forbes and WB declared.  Maybe out of outrage that the Robredo seemed to be out of sync and blinded by sheer politicking and negativism, UP Political Science professor and political analyst, Clarita Carlos,  made a five-worded message to The Vice President thus: “President Duterte moves the Philippines forward”. To those who denigrate Duterte from cutting the country’s umbilical cord to America, Professor Carlos had this to say. “Duterte has moved the Philippines away from the usual foreign policy and in turn ‘defined national interest’ by tracking his own way of foreign policy”. She admired Duterte for his political guts and courage.  It is indeed pathetic that while the Philippines rise several notches higher in political and economic arena the opposition and the foreign-aided media outfits shamelessly continue to belittle these achievements. It is no small feat that Philippines came out stronger in economic growth than China in the 3rd quarter of 2017. On the 4th quarter moreover China rallied (6.9%) and landed on top of Asian countries followed by Vietnam (6.8) and Philippines 6.7%. The Philippines however has been growing more than 6% for nine consecutive quarters and that sustained growth is best among Asean nations. Any which way you look at it, that spells economic stability and investment grade for investors service firms like Moody’s and other international credit rating institutions. Cause and effect is a simple gauge to measure the impact of the tyranny and dictatorial regime that Rappler and its sympathizers have been accusing the Duterte regime. But as I always say, no one can quarrel with success especially when institutions of unquestionable stature put the positive figures across. Expect the economy to grow even faster in 2018 when infrastructure spending commences under the Duterte’s Build, Build, Build program. As we all know, the government had earmarked P8.4-trillion to achieve the mega infrastructure projects comprising of railways, highways and bridges, irrigation’s, airports and seaports to name a few. The job opportunities that these programs will generate are equally mind-boggling. […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsFeb 1st, 2018

94.98% of Filipinos trust PCSO

PCSO’s Customer Satisfaction rating is at 94.98 p ercent and it is expected to grow further under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte. The survey was conducted in 2016. The rating rose from 86.51 percent in 2015. Duterte was inaugurated as President in June 2016. “Naniniwala kami na mas lumakas pa ang kumpiyansa at tiwala [...] The post 94.98% of Filipinos trust PCSO appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimesRelated NewsJan 14th, 2018

Poll: Little support for revolutionary gov’t despite Duterte’s high trust ratings

DESPITE higher trust ratings of President Rodrigo R. Duterte, a recent study of the Social Weather System (SWS) showed that there was little support for the proposed proclamation of a “Revolutionary Government.” In its latest survey conducted by SWS, Mr. Duterte earned a trust rating of +75, with 83% having much trust, 7% with little […] The post Poll: Little support for revolutionary gov’t despite Duterte’s high trust ratings appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: financeSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

Trust in Duterte rebounds to excellent – SWS

Filipinos’ trust in President Rodrigo Duterte rebounded to “excellent” last month from “very high” in September, the results of the latest survey by polling firm Social Weather Stations showed......»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsJan 12th, 2018

Duterte keeps highest trust, approval rating among key govt officials: Pulse Asia survey

President Rodrigo Duterte maintained the highest trust and approval rating from among the top government officials, according to the latest Pulse Asia survey......»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsJan 8th, 2018

Letters From Davao by Jun Ledesma

‘It was a good year’ We have seen the litany of achievements of Duterte administration. It dwarfed the entire six years of the Aquino regime. It could have done better except that it has to first fix a lot of damages wrought by an inept regime that has likewise institutionalized corruption and abetted crime the most horrific of it all – the drug syndicates.  Space or brevity must have limited some significant achievements of the  Department of Finance and am referring to the upgrades of credit ratings of the Philippines from investment grade to investment grade and stable. While early on Standard & Poor’s claimed that President Duterte’s war on drugs and alleged extra-judicial killings are factors that account for the static rating by December 2017 it grudgingly acceded that something good is happening in the Philippines under Duterte’s watch.  Finance Sec. Sonny Dominguez and his team deserves the credit. Fitch and Moody’s in their “investment grade and stable” rating in December enunciated that the issues surrounding drugs and EJK have nothing to do with the rosy economy of the country and its image as capital investment destination. The country’s economic performance for one is top in Asia and there is no turning back with the expected massive spending on infrastructures and government services starting 2018 and beyond.  The Duterte government achievements scoreboard makes the moribund opposition drooling. Still on Finance, expect the billionaires who are also the country’s tax dodgers to cough up. TRAIN or the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion gives a huge relief to 99 percent of those small taxpayers saving the ar least P50,000.00 in tax cut!  But demands and exacts the reasonable taxes from the rich especially the filthy rich. Last year sampling of Lucio Tan (P6-billion), Mighty Cigarettes (P40-billion) and the Prieto and Rufinos’ one-mile asset that they are accountable to the government in still unquantifiable amount as yet? There is a subliminal message to be absorbed why candidate Rodrigo R. Duterte refused to accept donations from the rich and famous: just pay your taxes correctly and you’re okay.  The Bureau of Internal Revenue and the Bureau of Customs are churning more collections under a continuing reforms.  President Duterte himself did dramatic and radical transformations in the area of Foreign Affairs and security. He was chided and lectured on by self proclaimed experts in diplomacy and security alliances especially with the generous expletives he is famous for. But as he admitted to the point of being apologetic, he told media men in this year’s Christmas party, “but that is me”.  Duterte’s foray into foreign affairs and diplomacy might be severely lacking in refinements but he put across his message clearly and direct and one cannot quarrel with what he achieved in such a brief moment. He virtually altered the outlook of the western countries on small sovereign nations. He overhauled alliances by an unwritten rule of mutual respect and cognizance of sovereignty. While Aquino made enemies with China which is the world’s second largest economy resulting in unquantifiable losses of opportunities Duterte reversed that with the resumption of trade, financial assistance with cheap money interest, massive infrastructure projects that will come into fruition by 2018. World leaders to include Xi Jinping of China, Vladimir Putin of Russia, PM Shinzo Abe of Japan and, to the dismay of the so-called Yellowtards, US Pres. Donald Trump who became his virtual phone pal.  The Department of Agriculture under Sec. Manny Pinol, did exemplary well. Productivity is better than expected and could have performed better if not for the natural calamities that the country has to contend with. Maybe the Bureau of Fisheries under it may try something out of the box. Propose to China to convert that disputed island into a one big marine laboratory. China provides the infrastructures while the Philippines the technical aquatic expertise. Make a 10-mile no-fishing marine haven around the island and guarded by the joint coastguard forces of China, Philippines and Vietnam. The Philippine Coconut Authority under Cabinet Sec. Jun Evasco is about to embark on a massive replanting program.  The Aquino government allocated billions of pesos to fight ‘cocolisap’ infestation but applied the wrong solution. Well, what do we expect from a certain Kiko Pangilinan? The replanting program was a big failure on account of  massive graft in high and low places. Replanting as well as new areas had been programmed by PCA.  Finally we have to give accolade to our Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police for combating internal threats, terrorism and syndicated crime. The AFP and PNP are more prepared and better equipped now than any other time in history. Furthermore we see a disciplined forces in the AFP and while there are a few remaining scalawags in the PNP the cleansing process is done without let-up. We from Mindanao are comfortable and secured with their presence even under the aegis of martial law. If you do not believe me look at the various surveys on the popularity and trust of Filipinos on President Duterte and his government.  This will end my perspectives for year 2017 and we look forward to 2018 the Build, Build, Build era. The beginning of the new Philippines. Mindanao and Davao City, from where I live and write, may have suffered from natural calamities but we had seen, suffered and endured worse scenarios and even man made tragedies than […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsDec 29th, 2017

Most Pinoys oppose martial law extension, says SWS survey

Malacaang on Saturday defended the yearlong extension of martial law in Mindanao, which the majority of Filipinos opposed, according to a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey. While they opposed the extension of martial law in Mindanao, most Filipinos were satisfied with President Duterte's performance in the fourth quarter as his ratings improved across areas and classes. Interviewed face-to-face, 71 percent of 1,200 respondents were satisfied with Mr. Duterte's performance, 13 percent said otherwise, and 15 percent were undecided. SWS considers a rating of +70 and above "excellent." The nationwide poll was conducted from Dec. 8 to 16 and had a margin of error of plus-or-min...Keep on reading: Most Pinoys oppose martial law extension, says SWS survey.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsDec 23rd, 2017