MANILA, Philippines – Social Weather Stations (SWS) has released the results of the final satisfaction rating survey for former vice president Leni Robredo and former senate president Vicente Sotto III.
Robredo ended his six-year term with a “neutral” satisfaction rating, while Filipinos were generally satisfied with Sotto’s service as SP of the previous Congress.
The results of the survey conducted on June 26-29 were released only this Monday, October 3.
It shows that 45 percent of the participants are satisfied and 38 percent are dissatisfied with Robredo, giving her a net satisfaction rating of “neutral” +7.
Sotto got a net satisfaction rating of “very good” +51, with 66 percent satisfied and 15 percent dissatisfied.
The net satisfaction rating is the rounded-off difference between those who said they were satisfied and dissatisfied with the performance of a particular government official.
SWS classifies net satisfaction ratings of at least +70 as “excellent,” +50 to +69 as “excellent,” +30 to +49 as “good,” +10 to +29 as “moderate,” + 9 to -9 as “neutral,” -10 to -29 as “difficult,” -30 to -49 as “bad,” -50 to -69 as “very bad” and -70 and below as “execrable.”
Robredo’s rating dropped by one point from +8 (44 percent satisfied, 36 percent dissatisfied) obtained in a similar survey last April.
The former vice president began his term with a +49 net satisfaction rating obtained in September 2016, his highest. It dropped to +1 in December last year, a few months after he declared his bid for the presidency.
Sotto’s latest net satisfaction rating, while generally higher than his predecessors, is his lowest since assuming the Senate presidency in 2018.
His initial satisfaction rating was +54 in June 2018 and climbed as high as +62 in December 2019.
Sotto lost his vice-presidential bid in the May 9 elections. RNA
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