#social weather stations (SWS)

SWS: Majority of Filipino families says none of their food is home-produced

Fifty-eight percent of Filipinos families said none of their food is home-produced, while 41 percent said a part of their consumption is homegrown.

Majority of Filipinos personally experienced effects of climate change, survey says

Seventeen percent said they have experienced severe impact of climate change in the past three years, 52 percent said moderate impact, and 24 percent said little impact.

SWS: Majority of Filipinos agree with voluntary use of face masks but most will still wear them

SWS bared that 91 percent of Filipinos approve of the Executive Order (EO) 7 issued in 2022, allowing the voluntary wearing of face masks in indoor and outdoor settings.

SWS survey on face mask use shows Filipinos ‘imbibed good health behavior’—DOH

The Department of Health (DOH) welcomed the results of the recent Social Weather Stations (SWS)  survey on face mask use, saying that Filipinos have already adopted a “good health behavior” in protecting themselves against Covid-19.

SWS: Top PH gov’t institutions receive ‘very good’ net satisfaction rating

The Senate, House of Representatives, Supreme Court, and the Marcos Cabinet enjoyed “very good” net satisfaction ratings in the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey results released on Thursday, April 6.

SWS: 32% of families received financial support, 25% accepted food support in past 3 months

The Fourth Quarter 2022 Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey found that most Filipino families received help, most commonly money or food that was given in the past three months.

Half of Filipino families still rate themselves as ‘poor’ — survey

A Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey made public on Sunday, May 7 revealed that 51 percent of Filipino families consider themselves as “mahirap” or “poor,” 30 percent rate themselves as “borderline” or in-between poor and non-poor, and 19 percent consider themselves as “hindi mahirap” or “not poor.”

SWS: More Filipino families rated themselves as ‘food-poor’

Based on the type of food Filipinos eat, 39 percent of families rated themselves as “food-poor,” 35 percent as “borderline food-poor,” and 26 percent as “not food-poor.”

47% of Filipinos believe it is ‘dangerous’ to publish anything critical of gov’t — SWS

The SWS survey, which was conducted from Dec. 10 to 14, 2022 and made public on Tuesday, May 9, revealed that 47 percent of adult Filipinos agreed (19 percent strongly agreed, 28 percent somewhat agreed), 27 percent undecided, and 26 percent disagreed (14 percent somewhat disagreed, 12 percent strongly disagreed) with the statement, “It is dangerous to print or broadcast anything critical of the administration, even if it is the truth.”