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VP Robredo's satisfaction rating drops – SWS

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QUEZON CITY — The net satisfaction ratings of the government's top officials, other than that of President Rodrigo Duterte's and House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez's, declined during the first quarter of the year, according to a Social Weather Stations survey.


Vice President Maria Leonor Leni Robredo's net rating (percentage satisfied minus percentage dissatisfied) took the biggest dip, with 53 percent of respondents satisfied with Robredo, 27 percent dissatisfied, and 19% undecided.


This dropped the vice president's net satisfaction rating to a "moderate" +26, from the previous quarter's "good" +37.


The SWS classifies net satisfaction ratings of +70 and above as “excellent”, +50 to +69 as “very good”, +30 to +49 is “good”, +10 to +29 is “moderate”, +9 to -9 is “neutral”, -10 to -29 is “poor”, -30 to -49 is “bad”, -50 to -69 is “very bad”, and -70 and below is “execrable.”


An impeachment complaint has been filed against Robredo over her recorded video message last March, where she revealed alleged police abuses, including the "palit-ulo" scheme and warrantless searches, in its campaign against illegal drugs.


A group of lawyers supportive of President Rodrigo Duterte had also announced that they were working on an impeachment complaint against the vice president.


Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III also saw his rating drop to a "moderate" from the previous quarter's "good". His +30 rating during 2016's fourth quarter lost a point, giving him +29 rating during 2017's first quarter. 


Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno's rating lost two points from the previous quarter's +16. Nevertheless, her +14 rating during 2017's first quarter kept her in "moderate" territory.


In contrast, Speaker Alvarez's rating posted a gain in the first quarter, climbing to a "moderate" +12 from the previous quarter's “moderate” +10.

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