PNoy government scores +64 net rating versus Arroyo's -45

Public satisfaction with government is at an all time high.

Business World published:

A new Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey, the results of which were made exclusive to BusinessWorld, had 73% of the respondents saying they were satisfied with the new government’s general performance versus the 9% who said otherwise.

This gave President Benigno S. C. Aquino III’s administration a “very good” net satisfaction rating of +64, beating the previous record of a “good” +36 notched in November 1998 during Joseph E. Estrada’s term.

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  • Anonymous

    Noynoy and his Malacanang inner-circle folks should be happy about this, and they should! It also makes sense given the euphoria of the Yellow Army’s win during the recent elections. What really makes sense is that the big mistakes by the current administration has not really cost Filipinos that much ((a) So Coloma stole over 1 million “I like’s” from Totantes. Ehhh!!! Many pinoys will ignore since Coloma has not yet stolen over 1 Million dollars from GSIS or from a power-plant deal. (b) Quirino grandstand victims — hmmmm, maybe the victims were not Filipinos except for Mendoza and the deaths were from incompetence, not because Malacanang ordered govt troops to shoot at demonstrators or at some Oakwood-senatoriable-hopefuls). Metro-Manila residents also happy about the last typhoon results. The students are angry about tuition hikes at SUC (but there are only so few students) and the many more students at public schools — their problems today are the same as last year and the year before. The classes D-and-E consider “pareho lang” where Malacanang is not building enough new schools nor hiring enough new teachers.The real reason —- no one yet in the Noynoy administration has been linked to plunder or plunder-type activities. There is jueteng, of course, but all administrations have had their shares of “jueteng-masterminds” and “jueteng-money pipelines/donations to the ones in power” that Pinoys say “… para lang dati, bakit pa tayo magagalit???” pagbigyan mo na, jueteng lang naman eh!”
    No one yet in the Noynoy administration has been linked to plunder or plunder-type activities, and Pinoys-of-Pilipinas classes D-E and A/B/C are quite happy about that. Hip hip hooray!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Noynoy and his Malacanang inner-circle folks should be happy about this, and they should!

    It also makes sense given the euphoria of the Yellow Army’s win during the recent elections. What really makes sense is that the big mistakes by the current administration has not really cost Filipinos that much (Quirino grandstand victims were not Filipinos except for Mendoza). Metro-Manila residents also happy about the last typhoon results. The students are angry about tuition hikes at SUC (but there are only so few students) and the many more students at public schools — their problems today are the same as last year and the year before namely Malacanang is not building enough new schools nor hiring enough new teachers.

    The real reason —- no one yet in the Noynoy administration has been linked to plunder or plunder-type activities. There is jueteng, of course, but Pinoys are so used to that — “pagbigyan mo na, jueteng lang naman eh!”