82% of Filipinos satisfied with campaign vs drugs in Q2 2019

MANILA, Philippines --- Some 82% of adult Filipinos said they were satisfied with the government's campaign against illegal drugs in the second quarter of 2019, the latest Social Weather Survey showed. According to the survey, only 12% said they were dissatisfied with the campaign while 6% said they were undecided. This resulted in a net satisfaction rating of +70, which is considered "excellent." The second quarter 2019 net satisfaction rating of President Rodrigo Duterte's campaign matches its +70 rating in March 2019 but fails to reach its the highest recorded net satisfaction rating of +77 in December 2016. "Net Satisfaction with the campaign has always been either very g...

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