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The administration of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. got high approval ratings from Filipinos for its handling of several key issues, results of a Pulse Asia survey showed. What are your thoughts? READ:

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Controlling inflation is the topmost concern of 66% of Filipinos today, according to the latest Pulse Asia survey. The poll showed that regulating inflation is the most urgent national issue for 71% of Filipinos in Class D, 58% in Class E, and 51% in Classes ABC.

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House Speaker Martin Romualdez has assured Filipinos that the Marcos administration has been taking steps to mitigate the problem of inflation in the country.

ICYMI: 42% of Filipinos unhappy with Marcos’ inflation response | The wRap

Within the first 100 days in office, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. made three foreign trips which are poised to generate over 100,000 jobs for Filipinos.

In this episode of #36Years , we talk to a community worker and Martial Law survivor about Marcos' recent working visit to the US and what his presidency means to Filipinos living overseas. Bookmark this page to catch the stream on Saturday, October 8.

An additional 79,000 individuals were added to the number of jobless Filipinos for the month of August, data released by the PSA showed. | @RonWDomingoINQ  /PDI

Nearly seven out of every 10 Filipinos were most concerned about the soaring prices of food and other basic commodities and services, a national issue for which the Marcos administration received its lowest approval rating, a Pulse Asia survey showed.


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Today marks the 50th anniversary of former President Ferdinand Marcos' declaration of martial law — described by many Filipinos as one of the darkest chapters in Philippine history. #NeverForget  #NeverAgain  READ: ;

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MARTIAL LAW IN NUMBERS On this day 49 years ago, dictator Ferdinand Marcos placed the entire country under martial law — remembered by many Filipinos as one of the darkest chapters in Philippine history. Here's a look back at the martial law:

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LEAVING A MARK Even the smallest of budgets couldn't keep outgoing Vice President Leni Robredo and her team from displaying their commitment to serve the people. Take a look at the programs that her office offered to Filipinos since 2016. READ:

WATCH: Veteran actress Boots Anson Roa-Rodrigo endorses VP Leni Robredo for president, makes an impassioned appeal to Filipinos as she debunks the false claim that the Martial Law period under the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was PH's golden years.

‘KAKAMPINKS RALLY IN LONDON’ A British extension of the tens of thousands Filipinos that gathered in Pasig City on Sunday took to the iconic Marble Arch to show support for presidential candidate Vice President Leni Robredo and her teammate Sen. Kiko Pangilinan.

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For more than 3 decades, Peter Musñgi has lent his voice to the programs of ABS-CBN. Million of Filipinos grew up hearing his voice as it has become a constant in Kapamilya households. Get know the man behind the voice of ABS-CBN.

WATCH: Felix dela Torre, owner of sunken PH boat by Chinese fishing ship, says he feels like Filipinos have turned into "slaves" and "lost our rights in our own territory." | via @ramboreports 

Lord, it’s another day. We’re still seeing the numbers of those infected by the virus rise. Anyone can get it and only You can help shield us from it. I pray for wisdom for all our leaders; patience and perseverance for all fellow Filipinos. Listen to our prayers for mercy Lord.

Sen. Nancy Binay on NTC's order vs ABS-CBN: "NTC chooses to prejudice 11,000 employees who will be jobless by midnight. NTC denied them of their jobs & the millions of Filipinos who're looking for legitimate avenues to receive news. In these trying times, information save lives."

LOOK: Nicko Gloriana, a security guard of a condominium in Mandaluyong, offers to spray alcohol to passersby along Shaw Boulevard. The security guard says this is the least he could do to help Filipinos under lockdown. #COVID19quarantine  | via Bernice Beltran, ABS-CBN News