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March 31, 2015

PNoy Trust Rating Not 36% but 9%

The Pulse Asia press release showed President Benigno Aquino III’s trust ratings to fall from 56% last November to 36% this March. However, what it failed to emphasize is that in fact, PNoy’s net trust ratings nosedived to 9%.

In an article in ManilaSpeak.com by Prof. Ben Diokno, the economist noted that PNoy’s net trust rating is now a one-digit number. “From an all-time high net trust rating (NTR) of 78% early in his term, Mr. Aquino’s latest NTR (is now) a measly 9%”, i.e. 36% trust, 27% distrust.

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Diokno also noted that Aquino’s Net Approval Rating (NAR) plummeted from an all-time high of 76% to an embarrassing 15%.

Diokno attributes Aquino’s severe ratings drops to the following: First, the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) which PNoy insisted is legal in spite of a ruling against it by the Supreme Court. Second is his refusal to take responsibility for the death of the Fallen 44. Diokno noted that the survey showed that 79% of Filipinos disagreed with PNoy’s decision to ignore the arrival honors for the Fallen 44.

Read Ben Dionko’s full article HERE:

http://www.manilaspeak.com/ben-diokno/political-capital-lost/

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