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SWS Survey November 2010 shows PNoy net satisfaction rating improving

By on Dec 13, 2010 in National, Politics Comments

MANILA, PhilippinesSocial Weather Stations (SWS) survey November 2010 showed that President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino or PNoy had a net satisfaction rating improving, as first exclusively published at BusinessWorld on Sunday.

According to its report, the SWS survey which was conducted last November 27-30 showed that PNoy’s net satisfaction rating improved 4 points in the past 2 months.

Apparently, SWS have described it as ‘very good’, as 74% of respondents said that they were satisfied with PNoy’s performance against the 10% who said they were not, yielding a net satisfaction score of +64.

Last September, PNoy had +60 rating, his first rating as the president.

SWS survey results showed PNoy’s net satisfaction rating went up in most areas except in Metro Manila, as details are being explained below.

Balance Luzon: from +65 to +69 (4 points increase)

Visayas: from +54 to +56 (2 points increase)

Mindanao: from +52 to +65 (13 points increase)

Metro Manila: +66 to +59 (7 points decrease)

Among total urban respondents: from +62 to +61 (1 point decrease)

Total rural respondents: from +58 to +67 (9 points increase)

From Class ABC respondents: from +49 to +75 (26 points increase)

From Class D (or ‘masa’): from +59 to +63 (4 points increase)

From Class E: remained at +65 (stagnant)

Men only: +65 (76% satisfied, 10% dissatisfied)

Women only: +63 (73% satisfied, 10 dissatisfied)

Reports also said that the SWS survey involved 1,200 adults nationwide via face-to-face interviews, while the sampling error margins are +/-3% for national and +/-6% for area percentages.

Meanwhile, Presidential Spokesman Edwin Lacierda apparently said that the high satisfaction ratings indicate that was a vast majority appreciation for the Aquino administration.

“The people continue to overwhelmingly support a President whose heart they know is in the right place, and who they see as fighting for their welfare. We are on the cusp of fulfilling the great potential of our nation,” Lacierda said in a statement.

On the other hand, political analyst at the Institute for Political and Electoral Reforms Ramon C. Casiple mentioned at the report that the poll results ‘showed that Filipinos are still trusting PNoy, but the decline in in Metro Manila should be wake-up call’.



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