Wednesday, 7 February 2018

International survey Ipinakita ang Mataas na Rating na satisfied ang mga Pilipino sa Pamumuno ni Pangulong Duterte!


President Rodrigo Duterte's style in alleviating the poor condition of the Philippines and addressing the concerns and issue raised by his fellowmen maybe somewhat "terrifying". But, as recent surveys imply, a considerable portion of Filipinos are surprisingly satisfied with their lives.

As a matter of fact, recent reports of Forbes, an international news portal, affirmed that Filipinos are "better off" under the current Duterte government. Such presumption is supported by a Gallup survey which showed an increase in the percentage of Filipinos whp consider their lives positive enough to rate it as "thriving".

The said survey revealed thaf 28% of Filipinos consider themselves thriving in 2017. That is 2 percent higher  compared to 26% in 2016. The said increase has caused the Philippines up one notch in the ranking of the Asian-Pacific countries.

The said Forbes report also claimed that such statistics may have been a surprise for American and European expectators who, instead of focusing on the economic significance of Duterte leadership, opted to politicize on the unverified demographics of human rights violation in the country.

As a matter of fact, Duterte's economic maneuvering had qualified the Philippines to be the 10th fastest growing economy in the world for the year 2017.

Moreover, World Bank's Global Economic Prospects presents a 6.5 to 7.5 economic advancement which is almost twice the country's long-term growth.

These statistics only proves that the current Duterte administration, amid controversies and destabilization efforts of the opposition in connivance with the mainstream media, is indefatigably doing well. Well enough to make the Filipino people satisfied and the Philippine economy thrive positively.

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