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Sen. "Tito" Sotto | Husgahan nyo ang presidente pagkatapos ng termino nito!


“The question is, where did the drop go? Did it go to disapproval or undecided? Parang hiyawan ng tao ang opinion survey. President Duterte should be judged after his term,” Sotto said in a text message.
“Kung baga basketball, matunog palakpakan kung maka-three potints o matamlay 'pag na-agawan. Pero 'di pa tapos ang game. Yung last score after four quarters and importante,” he added.
Sotto further said that the survey numbers may not mean much to Duterte.
“Baka naman hindi importante sa President yung rating niya; basta ang importante gawin niya ang trabaho niya. May mga Presidenteng ganun eh. 'Yan ang tinatawag na political will. Kahit hindi popular gagawin mo, dahil tingin mo tama,” he said.
Duterte’s net satisfaction dropped by 18 points, falling to the “good” level in the third quarter, according to the SWS.
Duterte obtained a net satisfaction rating of +48, 18 points lower than the "very good" net satisfaction rating of +66 in June 2017.
This is the lowest on record during Duterte's term, and the first time his net satisfaction rating fell below the +60 mark.
Conducted from September 23 to 27, the survey revealed that 67 percent of respondents were "satisfied," 14 percent were "undecided," and 19 percent were "dissatisfied" with Duterte's performance.
Duterte also saw a decline in his net trust ratings which fell to +60 or "very good," 15 points lower than the +75 or "excellent" in the previous quarter.
Senator Panfilo Lacson, for his part, said he thinks Duterte is still capable of “bouncing back” in the next surveys.
“It was bound to happen sooner or later. The excitement and adulation that a new leader gets after getting his fresh mandate normally dissipate the moment the people start seeing some predictability in his brand of leadership,” Lacson said.
“I think he’s still capable of bouncing back and regain the trust and support that he had in the early days of his presidency,” he added.
Senator Sherwin Gatchalian said that while historical data would show that presidents experience a decline in their ratings after their first year in office, the administration should not become “complacent.”
“I encourage the President and his administration to view these survey results as a constructive challenge to do more for the Filipino people,” Gatchlian said.
“Corruption, poverty, and police impunity are three important issues in particular which deserve more attention from the executive branch,” he added. 

SOURCE | GMA NEWS
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