MANILA — President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. pledged on Friday to preserve human rights during…
Following a “very good” satisfaction rating, Marcos promises to put in more effort.
As a result of receiving a “very good” net satisfaction rating in the most recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) poll, President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. has committed to work even harder.
Marcos had a very high net satisfaction rating of +68 from the December 2022 survey, which is five points better than the +63 rating from the October 2022 survey.
Sara Z. Duterte, vice president and secretary of the Department of Education (DepEd), had a superb net satisfaction rating of +77, four points higher than her +73 rating in October of last year.
He posted on his official Facebook page, “Nagpapasalamat ang buong Marcos-Duterte administration sa tiwala ng ating mga kababayan sa ating pamumuno” (The entire Marcos-Duterte administration is grateful for the confidence of our countrymen in our leadership).
He continued, “We would strive even harder to ensure the well-being of every Filipino family. Lalo pa nating pag-iigihin ang ating trabaho.”
Under the UniTeam ticket, Marcos and Duterte triumphed handily in the presidential and vice presidential elections on May 9, 2022, respectively.
The name UniTeam is a joke on their campaign vow to work for economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dr. Froilan Calilung, a political science professor at the University of Santo Tomas, had previously claimed that among other things, Marcos’ good rating could be attributable to his efforts to increase foreign direct investments from his overseas travels.
In a Laging Handa public briefing on Wednesday, Calilung said, “I think this is a testimonial also to the fact that our countrymen are noticing also the efforts of the President.”
“These trips of our President, maybe if we look at it is a way not only to introduce the Philippines but also to really encourage foreign direct investments,” he continued. “Eh isang paraan talaga hindi lamang para ipakilala ang Pilipinas kung hindi manghikayat talaga ng mga foreign direct investments.”
Despite receiving good satisfaction ratings, Calilung advised Marcos to step up efforts to meet the needs of the country and people and “not have a sense of complacency.”
Net satisfaction scores are expressed using the SWS nomenclature of +70 and above (excellent), +50 to +69 (very good), +30 to +49 (good), +10 to +29 (moderate), +9 to -9 (neutral), and -10 to -29 (poor): -50 to -69 (very bad), -70 and below, and -30 to -49 (poor) (execrable).***
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