Vice President Jejomar Binay’s satisfaction rating dropped to its lowest since the VP assumed office in 2010. Social Weather Stations latest survey shows Binay has a net satisfaction rating of +52 which decreased 15 points from +67 last June.
In a Pulse Asia survey, Binay’s approval and trust ratings also dropped 15 percent.
With the recent drop in approval, trust and satisfaction ratings, Binay’s camp says these ratings are not that important. “The approval ratings are a point of interest but the preferential ratings are what really concern us,” Binay’s spokesperson Jonvic Remulla told ANC.
Remulla said what matters to them is the presidential survey, the survey which says who will the people vote in 2016.
VP Binay still leads the recent presidential survey done by Pulse Asia. But the VP suffered a 10 percent decrease. June’s survey said 41% of Filipinos will vote for Binay as president, while September’s survey says 31 percent of adult Filipinos surveyed will vote for him.