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Marcos and VP Sara trust, performance ratings improve in latest survey - OCTA

The trust and performance ratings of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Vice President Sara Duterte’s improved in the fourth quarter of 2023, based on the Tugon ng Masa (TNM) nationwide survey released on Tuesday.

According to OCTA Research, the President’s trust rating rose to 76%, 3 percent higher than the third quarter survey. In terms of his performance his 71% rating is significantly higher than the 65% he recorded last October. 

Duterte, on the other hand, gained a 77% trust rating, higher than the 75% she recorded in the third quarter survey. Also 75% of adult Filipinos said they are satisfied with her performance, higher than the 70% she scored in Q3 of last year.

This developed after a nationwide decline in the trust and performance ratings of Marcos and Duterte in the TNM poll made in the third quarter of 2023.

The survey fieldwork was conducted from December 10-14, 2023 via face-to-face interviews. 

A total of 1,200 male and female probability respondents aged 18 years and above were interviewed for the study.

Marcos gained his highest trust ratings in the Visayas with 79% while his lowest trust rating came from Mindanao with 69%.

Duterte has her highest trust rating in Mindanao at 99% but her trust rating in Luzon is 64%.

In terms of performance, Marcos had the highest satisfaction rating in Balance Luzon (77%), while the lowest is in Mindanao (57%).

For the vice president, Her satisfaction ratings ranged from Mindanao with 97% and 61% in Luzon.

Meanwhile, House Speaker Martin Romualdez and Senate President Miguel Zubiri also saw improvements to their satisfaction ratings in the same survey. Romualdez improved to 4 percentage points to 65% while Zubiri garnered a score of 60% compared to 58% in the last survey.—RF, GMA Integrated News