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Results of the latest survey undertaken by the Tangere polling firm shows House Speaker Martin Romualdez as the only government official slightly increasing his numbers.

In its March poll, Tangere said Romualdez increased his trust and satisfaction ratings by one percentage point among 2,000 respondents.

Romualdez’s trust rating increased from 51 percent in February to 52 percent in March of this year, while his satisfaction rating increased from 40 percent to 41 percent during the same period.

Tangere said President Marcos continues to enjoy high trust and satisfaction ratings at 54 percent and 41 percent, while Vice President Sara Duterte’s numbers dipped by four percent and three percent—the highest reduction so far—to 64 percent and 54 percent.

The House chief scored the highest in the Visayas region in terms of both trust and satisfaction among the respondents.

Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Joel Villanueva, credited the Senate President’s positive trust ratings in the Pulse Asia survey to his “steady, sober leadership of the Senate.”

“Because of this, the Senate President enjoys not only the trust of our people, but the trust of the members of the Senate,” he said.

The survey, conducted from March 6 to 10 this year, saw a two-percentage point increase in the trust ratings of Zubiri from 51% compared to the 49 % in December 2023.

“Despite the politically-charged and sometimes acrimonious discussions on Constitutional amendments, Senate President Zubiri has led the way by consistently taking the high road, and we believe the Filipino people appreciate this,” the majority leader said.

House Deputy Majority Leader and ACT-CIS Rep. Erwin Tulfo on Wednesday welcomed the latest survey result of Pulse Asia on the preferred senatorial candidates for the 2025 midterm elections.

“I am deeply grateful for the overwhelming support and trust expressed by the people in the recent Pulse Asia survey. It’s truly humbling to witness such a high level of confidence in my capacity to serve,” Tulfo said.

Tulfo topped the survey with 57.1 percent, followed by former Senate President Vicente Sotto with 51.8 percent.


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