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By Ellalyn de Vera Ruiz and Argyll Cyrus Geducos Filipinos satisfaction with the government s campaign against illegal drugs remained very good, based on the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey results.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte gestures as he delivers a speech to the members of the Philippine Army during a visit at the army headquarters in Taguig city, metro Manila, Philippines October 4, 2016. REUTERS Romeo Ranoco
Trust is used by independent pollster Social Weather Stations (SWS) to gauge public opinion with a president s personality.It fell 8 points in the second quarter to 57 from 65 in an earlier poll. It was the popular leader s lowest score in nine surveys taken since he took office in June 2016.
Duterte's trust rating in pollster Social Weather Station's (SWS) quarterly surveys had been "excellent" from the time he took power in June 2016 until June last year, before it dipped in the third quarter, raising questions about whether he might be starting to lose his almost rock star appeal.Although that rating was still high, the size of the fall 18 points was notable for a former southern mayor who is regarded by millions of working class Filipinos as the best hope for long overdue change after a succession of Manila centric leaders who failed to deliver.
We want to thank President Duterte for his support for the LGBT community. It only shows that he wants equality for all Filipinos, neophyte Rep. Geraldine Roman of Bataan s first district said in a statement. However, as far as she is concerned, House Bill 6595, which legalizes civil unions and was filed by no less than Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez at the House of Representatives, is the better option. She said they have all been advocating for this.
The survey was conducted on September 23 27, but the results were released only November 10. The survey period also preceded the declared liberation of Marawi City after a months long urban battle between state forces and extremist militants.The poll showed that 54 percent of Filipinos saw the need to carry out the president's proposal to extend the military rule in the southern island until the end of the year.
A survey by Pulse Asia Inc. conducted from Sept. 24 to 30 showed that 88 percent of the 1,200 people surveyed nationwide "expressed support for the campaign."Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's spokesman, Ernesto Abella, said, "We are pleased with the September 2017 survey showing that more than 8 out of 10 Filipinos support the government's campaign against illegal drugs."
If surveys are to be believed, then there;s one glaring inconvenient truth, Filipinos are not duped by the denials of government officials about EJKs and are in fact apprehensive about it, Ifugao Representative Teodoro ;Teddy; Baguilat Jr. said.Results of the Pulse 's Ulat ng Bayan national survey conducted from Sept. 24 to 30 based on a sample of 1,200 respondents showed that while 88 of Filipinos support President Rodrigo Duterte 's pet war on drugs campaign with 41 percent "truly " supporting it and 41 percent "supporting " it, 73 percent "believe " that EJKs are happening in the implementation of the anti narcotics drive.
Almost seven in 10 Filipinos have confidence that the American president would do the right thing regarding global affairs, providing a sliver of silver lining for Trump, who is trusted only by a median of 22 percent in 37 nations surveyed by the Pew Research Center.Slightly more than half of Filipinos also expressed confidence in Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Chinese leaders global trust median is at 28 percent.
MANILA, Philippines A record high number of Filipinos trust the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the Philippine National Police (PNP), a survey conducted by Social Weather Stations (SWS) shows.Conducted from March 30 to April 2, the first quarter survey released yesterday showed that 75 percent of the 1,500 adult respondents have much trust in the AFP. Nine percent said they had little trust, while 16 percent were undecided.
His youth helped Panaglima sneak past Japanese forces as a courier and scout, bringing back information, food and medicine to U.S. soldiers in the mountains of the Philippines, near his home in Cagayan.Panaglima was among more than 250,000 Filipinos who fought with the United States during World War II, including at least 60,000 who were killed. After the war ended, President Harry Truman signed laws that stripped away promises of benefits and citizenship for Panaglima and other Filipino veterans.
Ambassador Amable R. Aguiluz V, Special Envoy of the President of the Republic of the Philippines to the Kingdom of Bahrain made a call on His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain at the Prime Minister s Riffa Palace, last February 10, 2016.During the meeting, the Prime Minister reassured Ambassador Aguiluz that the reported layoffs is inaccurate on Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) in Bahrain and that employment for Filipinos will continue to be stable despite the recent oil price crisis in the region.