Robredo made no mention about the steep drop in her satisfaction rating for the fourth quarter of 2016 in her response to the Social Weather Stations’ latest survey.
In a statement, the Vice President only thanked the people for their continued trust and support.
“We assure you that we are listening to your voice so we can serve you better,” she said, adding that her office is determined to continue with its mission to uplift the lives of the poor and marginalized through the Angat Buhay poverty alleviation program.
Results of SWS survey showed some 58 percent of those polled were satisfied with Robredo’s performance, while 21 percent were dissatisfied and 20 percent were undecided.
Her satisfaction rating, however, remains “good,” according to the ratings classification used by SWS.
The survey also showed the net satisfaction ratings of Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III, House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez, and Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno also tumbled in the fourth quarter.
Pimentel had a “good” net rating of +30, Alvarez a “moderate” +10 and Sereno a “moderate” +16.