SWS: Leni, Koko main­tain ‘good’ sat­is­fac­tion rat­ings.

The Philippine Star - - FRONT PAGE - By HE­LEN FLORES

Vice Pres­i­dent Leni Ro­bredo and Sen­ate Pres­i­dent Aquilino “Koko” Pi­mentel III main­tained their “good” net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ings in the first quar­ter of the year, ac­cord­ing to the lat­est So­cial Weather Sta­tions (SWS) sur­vey.

Speaker Pan­ta­leon Al­varez and Chief Jus­tice Maria Lour­des Sereno re­ceived “neu­tral” net sat­is­fac­tion scores in the first three months of 2018.

The SWS poll, taken from March 23 to 27, used face-to­face in­ter­views of 1,200 adults na­tion­wide.

The sur­vey found 57 per­cent sat­is­fied and 23 per­cent dis­sat­is­fied with the per­for­mance of Ro­bredo, re­sult­ing in a net sat­is­fac­tion score of +34, clas­si­fied by SWS as “good.”

Ro­bredo’s score was eight points down from +42 (63 per­cent sat­is­fied, 21 per­cent dis­sat­is­fied) in De­cem­ber 2017.

In Metro Manila, Ro­bredo re­ceived net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ing of mod­er­ate +16 in March 2018, two points be­low the +15 last De­cem­ber.

It stayed good in bal­ance Lu­zon at +38 in March 2018, down four points from +42 in De­cem­ber.

How­ever, it fell by one grade from good to mod­er­ate in Min­danao at +26 in March 2018, down by 21 points from +47 in De­cem­ber.

It fell by one grade from very good to good in the Visayas at +47 in March 2018, down by eight points from +55 in the pre­vi­ous quar­ter.

By class, it was down by two grades from good +32 to neu­tral +3 among Class ABC.

Pi­mentel’s net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ing also fell by eight points, al­though it stayed in good ter­ri­tory at +41 (57 per­cent sat­is­fied and 16 per­cent dis­sat­is­fied) from +49 (62 per­cent sat­is­fied and 13 per­cent dis­sat­is­fied.)

His net sat­is­fac­tion score rose by one grade from good to very good in Metro Manila at +51 in March, up by two points from +49 in De­cem­ber.

It stayed good in bal­ance Lu­zon at +37 in the first quar­ter de­spite drop­ping by two points from +39 pre­vi­ously.

How­ever, it fell by one point from very good to good in Min­danao at +37, down by 24 points from +61 in De­cem­ber.

It also fell by one point from very good to good in the Visayas at +46 in March 2018, down by 10 points from +56 in De­cem­ber.

Pi­mentel’s net score fell among Class E from very good +56 to good +33.

Al­varez re­ceived a record low net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ing of neu­tral +1 (31 per­cent sat­is­fied and 29 per­cent dis­sat­is­fied) from mod­er­ate +14 in De­cem­ber.

The Speaker’s net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ing stayed neu­tral in Metro Manila at +8 in March, up three points from +5 in De­cem­ber.

How­ever, it fell by one grade from mod­er­ate to neu­tral in Min­danao, -2 in March, down by 28 points from +26 in the pre­vi­ous quar­ter.

It also fell by one grade from mod­er­ate to neu­tral in the Visayas at +7 in March 2018, down by 12 points from +19.

It stayed neu­tral but had a dou­bledigit drop in bal­ance Lu­zon at -1 in March, lower by 10 points from +9 in De­cem­ber.

Among Class D or the masa, Al­varez’s net rat­ing dropped from moder- ate +16 to neu­tral +2.

Sereno, who is on leave, re­ceived a new per­sonal record low net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ing of neu­tral -1, from +6 in De­cem­ber 2017.

The chief mag­is­trate’s net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ing stayed neu­tral but had a dou­ble-digit de­cline in bal­ance Lu­zon at -2 in March, down by 11 points from +9 in De­cem­ber.

It fell by one point from neu­tral to poor in Min­danao at -22 in March, down by 27 points from +5 in De­cem­ber.

Her net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ing also fell by one grade from neu­tral to poor in Metro Manila at -10 in March 2018, lower by three points from -7 in De­cem­ber 2017.

It also fell by one grade from mod­er­ate to neu­tral in the Visayas, at -1 in March 2018, down by 13 points from +12 in De­cem­ber.

Sereno’s net sat­is­fac­tion rat­ing stayed neu­tral but had a dou­bledigit drop in ru­ral ar­eas (down by 13 points from +9 to -4), among Class ABC (down by 17 points from +8 to -9) and among class D (down by 16 points from +7 to -9).

The SWS poll has sam­pling er­ror mar­gins of plus or mi­nus three per­cent­age points for na­tional per­cent­ages and plus or mi­nus six per­cent­age points each for Metro Manila, bal­ance Lu­zon, the Visayas and Min­danao.

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