Tuesday, December 29, 2009

SWS: Gloria retains most rejected title with net -- 38


Original Story: http://www.tribune.net.ph/headlines/20091230hed5.html

The dismal perception among the public on President Arroyo’s effectivity continued during the final quarter of the year as she received a net rating of negative 38 as a result of 23 percent respondents expressing satis-faction on her performance against an overwhelming 61 percent stating dissatisfaction, the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showed.

Arroyo’s latest rating was unchanged from a net negative 38 (23 percent satisfied vs 62 percent dissatisfied) in the last immediate survey held in September.

With the latest rating, Arroyo retained her distinction as being the most rejected president since the assumption of former President Corazon Aquino when SWS started conducting the periodic polls. SWS data, in fact, showed only Arroyo was the first to incur net negative ranking in the survey, the worst being at negative 50 in the July 2008 survey.

The closest that any other president got to a net negative rating was a positive one in the October 1995 survey on Ramos.

In contrast, Estrada’s worst was a positive five in December 1999 and March 2000 against a best rating of positive 67 in March 1999. Ramos’ best ranking was a positive 69 in July 1993.

Aquino’s best ranking was a positive 72 in October 1986 and the worst at positive seven in November 1990 and April 1992.

The latest survey showed dissatisfaction on Aquino eased in Luzon but worsened in Visayas and Mindanao.

Arroyo’s net satisfaction ratings eased in Luzon outside Metro Manila but worsened in the Visayas and Mindanao.

Her net satisfaction rating rose by 10 points in Luzon outside Metro
Manila, to negative 35 (24 percent satisfied vs 59 percent dissatisfied) in December, from negative 45 (19 percent satisfied vs 64 percent dissatisfied) in September.

It rose by two points in Metro Manila, to negative 44 (19 percent satisfied vs 63 percent dissatisfied) from negative 46 (21 percent satisfied vs 66 percent dissatisfied).

However, it worsened by 13 points in the Visayas, to negative 45 (21 percent satisfied vs 66 percent dissatisfied) now, from negative 32 (26 percent satisfied vs 58 percent dissatisfied) previously.

It fell by eight points in Mindanao, to a bad negative 35 (26 percent satisfied vs 60 percent dissatisfied, correctly rounded) now, from a poor negative 27 (30 percent satisfied vs 57 percent dissatisfied) before.

Urban satisfaction with the President went to 22 percent in December from 21 percent in September, while dissatisfaction went to 62 percent from 65 percent, raising her urban net satisfaction rating by four points, to negative 40 from negative 44.

Rural satisfaction with the President went to 24 percent from 25 percent, while dissatisfaction went to 60 percent from 59 percent, hardly changing her rural net rating at negative 35 from negative 34.

Arroyo’s net satisfaction rating rose by 20 points in class ABC, to a bad negative 34 in December, from a very bad negative 54 in September.

It stayed bad in class D or the masa, at negative 40 from negative 39. It also stayed bad in class E, at negative 35 from negative 34.

Original Story: http://www.tribune.net.ph/headlines/20091230hed5.html

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