Robredo’s Q4 Satisfaction Rating Drops 12 Points

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Social Weather Stations (SWS) poll found the net public satisfaction ratings of Vice President Leni Robredo slumped during 2016’s fourth quarter.

Robredo’s performance rating was 58 percent were satisfied, 21 percent were dissatisfied and 20 percent were undecided.

This gave the vice-president a net rating (percent satisfied minus percent dissatisfied) of +37, 12 points down from her third quarter rating of +49 (65 percent satisfied minus 16 percent dissatisfied).

According to the SWS’ ratings classification, Robredo’s fourth quarter rating still placed her within “good” territory.

The SWS classifies net satisfaction ratings of +70 and above as “excellent”, +50 to +69 as “very good”, +30 to +49 is “good”, +10 to +29 is “moderate”, +9 to -9 is “neutral”, -10 to -29 is “poor”, -30 to -49 is “bad”, -50 to -69 is “very bad”, and -70 and below is “execrable.”

Robredo assured the public that she is “listening to your voice so we can serve your better.”

She emphasized that she is determined to fulfill her campaign promise to “uplift the lives of the poor and the marginalized” through her office’s property alleviation program “Angat Buhay.”

The fourth quarter net public satisfaction poll was taken from December 3 to 6, using face-to-face interviews with 1,500 adults nationwide.

The poll results were posted on the Business World website.

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