The poll, carried out from July 22 to 26, found that 50% of Filipino families, or around 13.2 million households, rated themselves as poor. The figure marked an increase from the estimated 11.3 million families, or 43%, recorded in March.
The Tugon ng Masa survey conducted from July 22 to 26 showed Tulfo with a 73 percent preference, followed by Sen. Christopher Lawrence "Bong" Go at 55 percent and former senator Vicente "Tito" Sotto 3rd at 49 percent.
Octa Research's Tugon ng Masa national survey notes a declining trend in the Filipinos’ confidence in the Marcos administration
Fifty-four percent of Filipinos were in favor and 11 percent were not in favor of strengthening and expanding the US-Philippines military cooperation to address the West Philippine Sea territorial disputes.
A significant majority or 70% of adult Filipinos want the Marcos administration to further assert the Philippines' territorial rights in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) through diplomacy and other peaceful methods, survey results of the OCTA Research showed.
OCTA’s March 24 to 28 survey found that eight in 10 respondents were satisfied with the government in three issues: providing quality primary and secondary education (82 percent), providing quality tertiary and technical education (80 percent) and responding to natural disasters (80 percent).
Results of the July 22 to 26 survey released on Aug. 21 found that 54 percent of the respondents were satisfied with the performance of the House of Representatives.
THE performance and trust ratings of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Vice President Sara Duterte dipped in the second quarter, independent pollster OCTA Research said on Tuesday.
Around 72% of adult Filipinos were satisfied with the current administration’s performance in the first three months of 2023, based on the results of an OCTA Research survey released on Tuesday.
Majority of Filipinos are optimistic that their quality of life and the economy will improve over the next six months, according to the findings of an OCTA Research survey released on Sunday, June 11.
Octa Research pulled in responses from 1,200 males and females aged 18 years old and above from a survey fieldwork conducted from March 24 to 28 using face-to-face interviews.
MANILA, Philippines — Around four in every 10 Filipino households or around 11.3 million Filipino families considered themselves poor in the first quarter of 2023, a survey conducted by OCTA Research showed.
Forty-three percent or an estimated 11.3 million families in the country consider themselves poor in the first quarter of 2023, findings in the March 2023 OCTA First Quarter survey results released on Friday, June 2, showed.
The results of the March 24 to 28 survey released yesterday showed only 38 percent were satisfied with the government in terms of reducing poverty, with 25 percent dissatisfied and 37 percent undecided.
The March 24 to 28 survey results released yesterday show that 80 percent of 1,200 adult respondents said they either “strongly trust” (21 percent) or “somewhat trust” (59 percent) the country’s police force.
Looking at the different locales, OCTA noted that Filipinos who reside in the Visayas said they were less concerned about controlling the increase in the prices of goods and services, with only 46% of them saying that it is an urgent concern.
Around eight in 10 Filipinos believed the country was moving in the right direction under the administration of President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., according to OCTA Research’s first quarter survey released on Saturday.
President Marcos and Vice President Sara Duterte continued to enjoy high performance and trust ratings in the latest survey conducted by the OCTA Research group.
The COVID-19 daily positivity rate in the National Capital Region (NCR) went up to 16% and is still rising, independent group OCTA Research said on Friday night.
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, July 22) — The COVID-19 positivity rate in Metro Manila is increasing anew days after OCTA Research projected that the number of new infections could reach its peak this week.
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Base sa partial and unofficial count ng COMELEC transparency server as of 9:32 pm, makikita raw na hindi nalalayo ang resultang lumalabas ngayong gabi sa naging trend ng mga surveys na inilabas noong campaign period. Ayon iyan kay Prof. Ranjit Rye ng UP Diliman Political Science. Ganito rin daw ang naging resulta ng mga survey noong mga nakaraang eleksyon. Anu-ano ang mga nagbunsod ng resultang ito, na tila taliwas sa naobserbahan ng ilan sa social media? Panoorin ang panayam kay Prof. Rye sa video na ito. #Eleksyon2022
“We had a frontrunner from start to finish. [His campaign] was well-financed.” Ayon kay Prof. Ranjit Rye ng UP Diliman Political Science, hindi nakapagtatakang nangunguna si Bongbong Marcos sa pinakahuling partial and unofficial count ng Comelec transparency server. Base sa datos ng surveys mula January 2022, makikita raw na mahigit 50% ang nakuha ng dating senador “across age groups, locations, and social classes.” Ang mga detalye sa likod nito, panoorin sa video. #Eleksyon2022