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OCTA poll shows 91% of adult Pinoys trust Tulfo’s capability to lead DSWD

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About 91 percent of adult Pinoys expressed trust in the ability of Secretary Erwin T. Tulfo to lead the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

This is based on the latest results of the Tugon ng Masa (TNM) National Survey, which is an independent and non-commissioned poll, regularly conducted by the OCTA Research Group as a public service.

Based on the results of the survey, Tulfo, as DSWD Secretary, got a trust rating of 96 percent in Mindanao; 92 percent in the Visayas; 91 percent in the National Capital Region (NCR) and 89 percent in Balanced Luzon.

Based on socioeconomic class, Tulfo got the highest trust performance rating of 93 percent in Class D, while Class ABC and E were all at 87 percent.

The survey also revealed that Filipinos are highly aware that Tulfo is the DSWD secretary at the moment.

Aside from President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. and Vice President Secretary Sara Duterte, only Tulfo got 100 percent awareness among adult Filipinos, compared to other Cabinet members.

He was followed by Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Secretary Benjamin Abalos Jr., who got 85 percent and Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Secretary Ivan John Uy, who got 81 percent.

Meanwhile, when it comes to his performance as DSWD secretary, 76 percent of adult Filipinos have expressed satisfaction with his performance.

Tulfo got the highest satisfaction performance rating of 89 percent in the National Capital Region (NCR), while he got 84 percent in the Visayas; 81 percent in Mindanao and 67 percent in Balanced Luzon.

Based on socioeconomic class, he got the highest satisfaction performance rating of 89 percent in Class E; 75 percent in Class D and 68 percent in Class ABC.

The survey also revealed that the five main characteristics of Tulfo that adult Pinoys like are: 1) brave (45 percent); helps the poor (40 percent); 3) diligent (26 percent); 4) fight anomalies in the government (26 percent); 5) honesty and trustworthiness (23 percent).

Meanwhile, 86 percent of adult Filipinos answered ‘NONE’, when asked what they don’t like or dislike about Tulfo.

The result of the latest Tugon ng Masa National Survey, which was conducted on October 23 to 27, was released only on Tuesday.

It has a margin of error of ±3% and had 1,200 male and female probability respondents aged 18-years-old and above from house belonging to Class A, B, C, D and E.

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