The net satisfaction rating of Vice President Leni Robredo fell 14 points from good to moderate in the second-quarter survey of poll firm Social Weather Stations.
Robredo’s rating went down from +42 (good) in March to +28 (moderate) in June.
More than half or 57 percent out of the 1,200 respondents said they were satisfied with the Vice President’s performance while 29 percent said they were dissatisfied.
Senate President Vicente Sotto III kept his “very good” net satisfaction rating at +60 although it dropped by one point from the March survey results.
The Senate as a whole likewise saw its net satisfaction rating increase to +63 (very good).
Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin, on the other hand, posted a “moderate” rating at +13 while the Supreme Court had a record-high net satisfaction rating of +54, up by four points from March.
Former Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s “poor” net satisfaction rating dropped further from -20 to -17 even as the House of Representatives posted a record-high “good” rating at +48.
The President’s Cabinet as a whole also saw its satisfaction rating rise from “good” (+44) in March to “very good” (+51) in June.