Vice President Leni Robredo obtained a net satisfaction rating of +33 in September, with 56 percent of adult respondents expressing satisfaction with her performance and 23 percent saying otherwise.
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Robredo’s net satisfaction rating improves in Q3 — survey
Helen Flores (The Philippine Star) - October 17, 2019 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Vice President Leni Robredo’s net satisfaction rating rose to “good” from “moderate” in the third quarter of the year, according to the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey.

Robredo obtained a net satisfaction rating of +33 in September, with 56 percent of adult respondents expressing satisfaction with her performance and 23 percent saying otherwise.

This was an improvement from +28 in June.

The Vice President’s net satisfaction rating rose in Mindanao from moderate +15 in June to good +32 in September.

It stayed good in the Visayas, up from +44 to +46, and in balance Luzon, up slightly from +33 to +34.

It stayed moderate in Metro Manila, up slightly from +14 to +15.

Robredo’s net satisfaction rating rose to very good +51 from good +42 among class E.

It rose from moderate to good among class D, up from +25 to +31, but it fell from moderate +28 to neutral +6 among class ABC.

Meanwhile, public satisfaction with Senate President Vicente Sotto III remained on the “very good” level, from +60 in June to +61 in September – 72 percent satisfied and 11 percent dissatisfied.

His net satisfaction rating stayed very good in balance Luzon, although up four points from +60 to +64.

It stayed very good in Mindanao, up slightly from +50 to +51.

It stayed at very good +68 in Metro Manila between June and September.

His rating also stayed very good in the Visayas, despite dropping from +63 in June to +61 in September.

Compared with the survey in June, the September 2019 survey found double-digit increases in Sotto’s net satisfaction ratings among classes ABC, up from very good +56 to very good +68, and among college graduates, up from good +40 to very good +57.

Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano’s first net satisfaction rating was a good +49 – 64 percent satisfied and 14 percent dissatisfied, the SWS said.

It was highest in the Visayas at very good +57, followed by Mindanao at very good +52, Metro Manila at good +48 and balance Luzon at good +45.

By class, it was highest among class E at very good +52, followed by classes ABC and D, both at good +49. 

LENI ROBREDO SOCIAL WEATHER STATIONS
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