While Duterte got a dominant trust score, Vice President Leni Robredo only recorded 56 percent of the same.
Robredo scored an approval rating of 62 percent, which is a 7-percentage point increase from her 55-percent rating in March.
Duterte’s disapproval rating was set at only 3 percent, while Robredo obtained a 14 percent score.
Former Senate president, Senator Aquilino Pimentel III, obtained an approval rating of 72 percent and a trust rating of 64 percent. Meanwhile, House of Representatives Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez got an approval rating of 47 percent and a trust rating of 45 percent.
National issues in the weeks leading up to the survey period included the ouster of then Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, the start of the regional consultation on the draft Federal Charter, the enactment of the Mental Health Law, the arrest of more than 7,000 loiterers, and the third reading approval of the Bangsamoro Basic Law on both chambers of Congress. (PNA)