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MANILA, (PIA) -- About 85% of Filipinos believe that the country is "headed in the right direction," under the administration of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr., according to a poll released by OCTA Research Group, in a report by the Philippine News Agency.
OCTA Research Group’s Tugon ng Masa survey asked respondents: Based on the policies and programs articulated and implemented by the current administration, do you think the country is leading in the right way?
The survey also showed that only 6% of Filipinos think otherwise.
Meanwhile, 91% of respondents from Visayas think the country is headed in the right direction, 87% in Balance Luzon, 84% in Mindanao, and 70% in Metro Manila.
Among the socio-economic class, 86% of Filipinos belonging to "Class D" or "masa" agreed the country is moving in the right direction.
It was followed by "Class E" or "the poorest" at 81% and "Class ABC" or "upper-to-middle" at 79%.
The poll was conducted from Oct. 23 to 27 and surveyed 1,200 adults nationwide. (PIA-NCR)