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PBBM, VP Sara’s ratings slide down—OCTA

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President Marcos and Vice President Sara Duterte’s trust rating among Filipinos dropped slightly, according to the recent OCTA Research “Tugon ng Masa” (TNM) survey.

Conducted from March 24 to 27, 2024, the survey revealed that 69 percent of Filipinos trust President Marcos, down six points compared to his 76 percent trust rating in December 2023.

His approval rating also fell to 65 percent from 71 percent—also a six-point drop.

President Marcos’ trust ratings varied significantly across regions, with Balance Luzon showing the highest trust at 79 percent and Mindanao the lowest at 48 percent.

Vice President Duterte’s ratings also saw a decline, with 68 percent of respondents expressing trust in her, down nine points from December 2023. Her approval rating decreased to 64 percent, an 11-point drop.

Her highest trust was in Mindanao (95 percent), and the lowest in Balance Luzon (57 percent).

Meanwhile, Duterte’s trust and approval ratings in December were 77 percent and 75 percent, respectively.

On the other hand, Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri and Speaker Martin Romualdez received slight declines in their ratings, according to the same survey.

Their trust and performance ratings decreased by 3 percent in the first quarter of 2024 compared to the last quarter of 2023, remaining statistically unchanged within the margin of error, OCTA reported.

Chief Justice Alexander Gesmundo’s trust rating fell to 15 percent, down from 23 percent in December 2023. Only 9 percent of Filipinos distrust him, while 76 percent are undecided.

The survey interviewed 1,200 adult respondents and had a ±3% margin of error at a 95 percent confidence level. Subnational estimates have a ±6% margin of error for Metro Manila, Balance Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Editor’s Note: This is an updated article. Originally posted with the headline OCTA: Marcos, Duterte’s trust, approval ratings decline in Q1 of 2024


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