END OF TERM. Hours after welcoming President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. to Malacañang, Rodrigo Duterte makes his final bow in Davao City on June 30, 2022. His province mates held a homecoming concert in his honor at NCCC Mall VP grounds. (PNA photo by Che Palicte)

MANILA – The Social Weather Stations (SWS) rated former President Rodrigo Duterte “excellent” based on the result of its June 26 to 29 survey, his final week in Malacañang.

According to SWS, 88 percent of adult Filipinos were satisfied, 5 percent were undecided, and 7 percent dissatisfied with Duterte's six-year term.

The resulting net satisfaction rating was +81 (percentage of satisfied minus percentage of dissatisfied).

"This is 16 points above the very good +65 in April 2022 and a new record-high that surpassed the previous record of +79 in November 2020," according to the SWS results on Friday.

Duterte was excellent in urban and rural areas nationwide, all age groups, all educational groups, and among men and women.

Duterte’s rating rose from very good to excellent in Metro Manila by 22 points from +63 to a new record-high +85, surpassing the previous record of +76 in November 2020; and in Balance Luzon (+75, up by 15 points), Visayas (+83, up by 28 points), and Mindanao (+90, up by 7 points).

His urban net satisfaction also leaped from very good (+64) in April 2022 to excellent (+84) in June, while his rural net satisfaction improved from very good (+65) to excellent (+77).

The net satisfaction rating yielded +83 among adults in Filipino families who have not experienced hunger; +70 among those who experienced hunger in general; +74 among those who experienced moderate hunger; and +56 among those who experienced severe hunger.

The survey was done using face-to-face interviews of 1,500 respondents nationwide. (PNA)