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  • 1st Quarter 2019 Social Weather Survey

    SWS MEDIA RELEASE

    3 May 2019, page 1 of 17

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    First Quarter 2019 Social Weather Survey:

    Net satisfaction rating of the National Administration

    rises to record-high “Excellent” +72

    • “Excellent” on 1 subject, “Very Good” on 2, “Good” on 7, “Moderate” on 1

    • “Excellent” in Mindanao and the Visayas, “Very Good” in Balance Luzon

    and Metro Manila

    Social Weather Stations

    The First Quarter 2019 Social Weather Survey, done on March 28-31, 2019, found 81% of adult

    Filipinos satisfied, 10% neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, and 9% dissatisfied with the general performance

    of the current National Administration, for a new record-high net satisfaction rating of +72 (% satisfied

    minus % dissatisfied), classified by SWS as excellent.

    This is 6 points above the very good +66 (76% satisfied, 9% dissatisfied, correctly rounded) in

    December 2018, and 2 points above the previous record of excellent +70 in December 2017 [Chart 1;

    Table 1].

    The SWS terminology for net satisfaction ratings is as follows: +70 and above, “excellent”; +50

    to +69, “very good”; +30 to +49, “good”; +10 to +29, “moderate”, +9 to –9, “neutral”; –10 to –29,

    “poor”; –30 to –49, “bad”; –50 to –69, “very bad”; –70 and below, “execrable”. SWS considers the

    movement from one classification to another as either an "upgrade" or "downgrade”.

    “Excellent” on 1 subject, “Very Good” on 2, “Good” on 7, “Moderate” on 1

    Out of 11 specific performance subjects rated, net satisfaction ratings of the Duterte

    Administration were excellent on 1 subject, very good on 2 subjects, good on 7 subjects, and moderate on

    1 subject. SWS calls this its Governance Report Card [Tables 2 and 3].

    The net satisfaction rating of the National Administration was excellent on Helping the poor (a

    new record-high +72) [Chart 2].

    It was very good on: Reconstructing Marawi City (+58) and Fighting terrorism (+58) [Charts 3

    and 4].

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    It was good on: Fighting crimes (+48), Reconciling with communist rebels (a new record-high

    +45), Reconciling with Muslim rebels (+44), Eradicating graft and corruption (+41), Foreign relations

    (+41), Defending Philippine sovereignty in the West Philippines Sea (+40), and Ensuring that no family

    will ever be hungry (+37) [Charts 5 to 11].

    It was moderate on Fighting inflation (+22) [Chart 12].

    The satisfaction rating of the general performance of the National Administration is based on a

    single question, and is not an average of answers to separate questions on specific subjects. The general

    rating is repeated every quarter, whereas only a core of the specific subject-ratings are repeated. Subjects

    are included or excluded depending on their contemporary salience.

    “Excellent” in Mindanao and the Visayas, “Very Good” in Balance Luzon and Metro Manila

    The 5-point rise in the National Administration’s overall net satisfaction rating was due to

    increases in all areas.

    It rose from very good to excellent in the Visayas, up by 11 points from +63 in December 2018 to

    +74 in March 2019 [Chart 13; Table 4].

    It stayed excellent in Mindanao, up by 6 points from +75 in December to +81 in March.

    It stayed very good in Balance Luzon, up by 3 points from +65 in December to +68 in March.

    It also stayed very good in Metro Manila, up by 5 points from +60 in December to +65 in March.

    “Excellent” in both urban and rural areas

    Rural net satisfaction with the National Administration rose from very good to excellent, up by 7

    points from +65 in December to +72 in March.

    Urban net satisfaction also rose from very good to excellent, up by 3 points from +68 in December

    to +71 in March.

    “Excellent” in classes ABC and D; “Very Good” in class E

    Net satisfaction with the National Administration rose from very good to excellent in class D or

    the masa, up by 7 points from +65 in December to +72 in March [Chart 14; Tables 5 and 6].

    It stayed excellent in class ABC, hardly moving from +72 in December to +73 in March.

    However, it declined from excellent to very good in class E, down by 2 points from +70 in

    December to +68 in March.

    By sex, it rose from very good to excellent among men, up by 4 points from +69 to +73, and among

    women, up by 7 points from +64 to +71.

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    By age group, it rose from very good to excellent among the 18-24 year olds, up by 16 points from

    +64 to +80, among the 35-44 year olds, up by 8 points from +67 to +75, and among the 45-54 year olds,

    up by 7 points from +68 to +75.

    It stayed very good among the 55 year olds and above, up by 4 points from +63 in December to

    +67 in March.

    However, it declined from excellent to very good among the 25-34 year olds, down by 4 points

    from +71 in December to +67 in March.

    By educational level, net satisfaction with the National Administration stayed excellent among

    college graduates, up by 4 points from +73 in December to +77 in March.

    It rose from very good to excellent among elementary graduates, up by 6 points from +67 to +73,

    and among high school graduates, up by 6 points from +65 to +71.

    It stayed very good among non-elementary graduates, up by 4 points from +64 in December to

    +68 in March.

    National Administration’s net rating improves on 2 subjects, steady on 9

    The March 2019 survey found the National Administration’s net satisfaction rating up by one

    grade on 2 specific subjects, and steady on 9 others, compared to when they were last surveyed.

    The National Administration’s net rating rose by one grade from very good to excellent on Helping

    the poor, up by 4 points from +68 in December 2018 to a new record-high +72 in March 2019.

    It stayed very good on Fighting terrorism, up by 3 points from +55 in December to +58 in March.

    It also stayed very good on Reconstructing Marawi City, although down by 2 points from +60 in

    December to +58 in March.

    It rose from moderate to good on Ensuring that no family will ever be hungry, up by 9 points from

    +28 in December to +37 in March.

    It stayed good on 6 specific subjects: Fighting crimes, up by 4 points from +44 to +48, Reconciling

    with communist rebels, up by 6 points from +39 to a new record-high +45, Reconciling with Muslim rebels,

    hardly moving from +43 to +44, Eradicating graft and corruption, hardly moving from +42 to +41,

    Foreign relations, up by 3 points from +38 to +41, and Defending Philippine sovereignty in the West

    Philippine Sea, unchanged at +40.

    It stayed moderate on Fighting inflation, up by 8 points from +14 in December to +22 to March.

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    Survey background

    The March 2019 Social Weather Survey was conducted from March 28-31, 2019 using face-to-

    face interviews of 1,440 adults (18 years old and above) nationwide: 360 each in Balance Luzon, Metro

    Manila, the Visayas, and Mindanao (sampling error margins of ±2.6% for national percentages, and ±5%

    each for Balance Luzon, Metro Manila, the Visayas, and Mindanao).

    The area estimates were weighted by the Philippine Statistics Authority medium-population

    projections for 2019 to obtain the national estimates.

    The quarterly Social Weather Survey items on public satisfaction with the general performance of

    the National Administration, and its performance on specific subjects, are non-commissioned. These items

    are included on SWS's own initiative and released as a public service.

    The survey question on public satisfaction with the overall performance of the national

    administration is as follows: “Sa pangkalahatan, gaano po kayo nasisiyahan o hindi nasisiyahan sa

    kasalukuyang administrasyong nasyonal? Kayo po ba ay LUBOS NA NASISIYAHAN, MEDYO

    NASISIYAHAN, HINDI TIYAK KUNG NASISIYAHAN O HINDI, MEDYO HINDI NASISIYAHAN, o

    LUBOS NA HINDI NASISIYAHAN? [On the overall, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the present

    national administration? Are you VERY SATISFIED, SOMEWHAT SATISFIED, UNDECIDED IF

    SATISFIED OR NOT, SOMEWHAT DISSATISFIED, or VERY DISSATISFIED?]”

    For the specific subjects, the survey questions are as follows: “GAANO PO KAYO NASISIYAHAN

    O HINDI NASISIYAHAN SA PAMAMALAKAD NG KASALUKUYANG ADMINISTRASYONG

    NASYONAL TUNGKOL SA (PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES)? MASASABI BA NINYONG KAYO AY

    LUBOS NA NASISIYAHAN, MEDYO NASISIYAHAN, HINDI TIYAK KUNG NASISIYAHAN O HINDI,

    MEDYO HINDI NASISIYAHAN, O LUBOS NA HINDI NASISIYAHAN? PAKISAGOT PO ANG MGA