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Sixty percent of adult Filipinos consider public transportation owners’ actions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among their drivers and passengers to be “adequate,” the results of a recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showed.

Sixty-three percent of adult Filipinos found the response of the private sector to the coronavirus pandemic “adequate,” the Social Weather Stations (SWS) said Tuesday.

Majority of Filipinos said the government's response to the #COVID19  pandemic was "adequate", except for providing aid for those who lost their jobs, according to a survey by Social Weather Stations released Saturday. READ:

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For 2.2 million families, the hunger was severe – experienced often or always, says a Social Weather Stations survey.

Presidential spokesman Roque: The Palace views the latest Social Weather Stations NationalMobile Phone Survey on COVID-19 safety measures encouraging as it reveals that large majorities of Filipinos have been following the recommended health protocols by govt | @GenKabiling 

A Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey showed that some 7.6 million Filipino households experienced voluntary hunger in the past three months, the highest hunger incidence since 2014.

For 2.2 million families, the hunger was severe – experienced often or always, says a Social Weather Stations survey.

An estimated 7.6 million Filipino households went hungry due to lack of food at least once during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey found. FULL STORY:

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After the BSP disputed the Social Weather Stations survey results on low economic optimism among Filipinos, the private research firm released a graph to compare the survey results in the past. | @GabrielLaluINQ 

Thirty six (36%) percent of adult Filipinos are expecting that their quality of life will worsen in the upcoming 12 months, a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey found.

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[ICYMI] Almost half of all Filipino adults, or around 27.3 million individuals, are jobless according to the Social Weather Stations’ national mobile phone survey conducted last July.

This is equivalent to 27.3 million unemployed Filipinos in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, says the Social Weather Stations.

A new Social Weather Stations survey shows majority of Filipinos agree it is “dangerous to print or broadcast anything critical” of President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, "even if it is the truth." Full story:

The Social Weather Stations survey also says that majority of Filipinos also agree that denying ABS-CBN a franchise is a 'major blow to press freedom.'

Sarap ng buhay? Parang 'di naman. 🤔 A Social Weather Stations survey said 8 out of 10 Filipinos believe their quality of life got worse in the past 12 months, reflecting the worst trend in the survey's nearly 4-decade history. READ:

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Sarap ng buhay? We don't think so 😬 Nine in 10 Filipinos are stressed due to the coronavirus pandemic, pollster Social Weather Stations said. READ:

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President Duterte’s public satisfaction rating reaches a new record-high, “very good” +68 in the latest Social Weather Stations survey. | via @EllalynRuiz 

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