Survey agency Pulse Asia reports a slight drop in President Rodrigo Duterte’s performance and trust ratings in the last four months.
Its newest survey shows his current performance rating at 78 percent.
This figure is down by five percent from 83 percent in December last year.
Duterte’s current trust rating is at 76 percent.
This indicates a decrease of seven percent from 83 percent in December 2016.
The latest study was conducted from March 15 to 20 this year.
The news items that came out during that period were the arrest of Senator Leila De Lima, the testimony of retired policeman Arturo Lascañas on the so-called Davao death squad and the impeachment complaint filed against Duterte by Magdalo Party-list Representative Gary Alejano.
The President received the highest marks from Mindanao, which gave him an 88 percent rating.
Findings also indicate that 8 out of 10 Filipinos are satisfied with the work of the chief executive.