Results: Pulse Asia Research’s June 2014 Nationwide Survey on Presidential Performance and Trust Ratings

While most Filipinos remain appreciative of President Aquino’s work (56%) and continue to express trust in him (53%), they grant him much lower national approval and trust ratings in June 2014 compared to three months ago (70% and 69%, respectively). Across geographic areas, majority approval and trust ratings are scored by President Aquino in the rest of Luzon (54% and 51%, respectively), Visayas (62% and 61%, respectively), and Mindanao (both at 61%) but less than half of Metro Manilans have positive views as regards presidential performance and trustworthiness (46% and 40%, respectively). In the various socio-economic classes, most of those belonging to Classes D and E approve of President Aquino’s quarterly performance (57% and 58%, respectively) and express trust in him (54% and 55%, respectively). However, non-majority approval and trust ratings are recorded in Class ABC (48% and 42%, respectively).

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Pulse Asia Research’s June 2014 Nationwide Survey on Presidential Performance and Trust Ratings

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