SWS: 94% of Filipinos believe Duterte can fulfill promises

SWS: 94% of Filipinos believe Duterte can fulfill promises

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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte speaking at the Ceremonial Signing of the 2018 General Appropriations Act (GAA) and Tax Reform Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) in Malacañan Palace on December 19, 2017. Photo by ALBERT ALCAIN/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO

A Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey released on Friday showed that an overwhelming percentage of Filipinos have faith that President Rodrigo R. Duterte can deliver his promises.

The survey, which was conducted from December 16 to 19 last year and involved a total of 1,440 respondents, showed that 94 percent of Filipinos believe Duterte can deliver his promises. This figure includes all those who believe Duterte can fulfill “all or nearly all”, “most”, and “a few” of his promises.

The SWS found that 13 percent of adult Filipinos believe that Duterte can fulfill “all or nearly all” of his promises, 35 percent said he can deliver on “most”, and 46 percent said that he can fulfill “a few” of these.

Only 6 percent of Filipinos said President Duterte can fulfill “none or almost none” of his promises.

The results of this SWS survey show improvement from those from the September 2017 survey which saw a record-low rating of 35% of people who believe President Duterte could fulfill “most, if not all” of his promises.

President Duterte has also continued to enjoy high net satisfaction ratings. for those who say he can fulfill “all or nearly all” of his promises, his rating is an “excellent” +85. He similarly received an “excellent” rating of +80 from those expecting him to fulfill “most” of his promises.

Those who believe the President can deliver on only a few of his promises still gave him a “good” +46 net satisfaction rating.




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