Mayor Isko gets high trust rating in SWS poll

Published February 18, 2022, 1:53 PM

by Manila Bulletin

By TERENCE RANIS

A pre-election poll conducted by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) showed presidential candidate Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso getting high trust ratings from Filipinos.

“I’m happy, basta ako naniniwala may Diyos. Sa nakikita natin, marami na ang nagswi-switch sa Isko. I am very happy and optimistic ako about the result, but for the meantime, I need to do what I have to do as a candidate — Doc Willie (Ong) and I, Samira (Gutoc), Carl (Balita), and Jopet (Sison) to go to the people straight (I’m happy, I have faith in God. We’ve seen that many people have been switching to Team Isko. I am very happy and optimistic about the result but for the meantime, I need to do what I have to do as a candidate — Doc Willie (Ong) and I, Samira (Gutoc), Carl (Balita), and Jopet (Sison) to go to the people straight),” Domagoso said.

The survey, conducted on Jan. 28 to 31, 2022, showed that Domagoso enjoyed an overall net trust rating of 57 percent. He is followed by former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. who got 46 percent.

In the survey, 70 percent of respondents said they have much trust in the Aksyon Demokratiko presidential bet. Meanwhile, 16 percent were undecided and only 13 percent said they have little trust on the 47-year-old Manila mayor.

The poll also showed that 64 percent trust Marcos, with 17 percent of respondents being undecided, and 18 percent said they have little trust on Marcos Jr.

In La Union, Domagoso said on Thursday, Feb. 17, that his slow rise in recent presidential surveys is proof that more people are now switching to Team Isko.

Tangere, an award-winning technology and innovation-driven market research and opinion poll company, showed that Domagoso continues to consistently improve his numbers in voter preference.

In Feb. 11 to 12, Tangere’s survey showed that Domagoso’s numbers rose to 23.5 percent from 22.17 percent last Feb. 5.

The survey also showed a decline in the numbers of Marcos Jr. from a high of around 60 percent in Jan. 3, to 58 percent on Jan. 18, 54 percent last Feb. 5, and 51.83 percent in the latest poll.

According to the bump chart from the past four Tangere presidential surveys, Marcos Jr.’s Voter Preference dropped by an average of two percentage points in the four surveys. The Voter Preference of Mayor Isko rose from 16 percent last Jan. 5 to 23 percent on Feb. 11.

In the SWS study by region, Domagoso got higher trust ratings in Balance Luzon (62 percent) and the Visayas (53 percent).

Marcos Jr. edged over Domagoso in the National Capital Region (NCR) by getting a net trust rating of 49 percent as compared to Domagoso’s 48 percent.

In Mindanao, Marcos Jr. enjoyed a very high net trust rating of 70 percent, while Domagoso got 57 percent. (Terence Ranis)

 
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