President Rodrigo Duterte got "excellent" net public trust rating on the Social Weather Station's first survey since Duterte assumed the Presidency this June 2016.

According to the SWS survey, 84 percent of those polled said they had “much trust”, 11 percent were undecided, and 5 percent had “little trust”. This gave Duterte a net trust rating (percentage of "much trust" minus percentage of "little trust") of +79.
The SWS rates net trust ratings of at least +70 as “excellent”, +50 to +69 as “very “good”, +30 to +49 as “good”, +10 to +29 as “moderate”, +9 to -9 as “neutral”, -10 to -29 as “poor”, -30 to -49 as “bad”, -50 to -69 as “very bad”, and -70 and below as “execrable”.

In "Balance Luzon", the SWS poll found that Duterte's trust rating rose to an “excellent” +75 in June from May's “neutral" +9.

Metro Manila similarly saw in improvement to an “excellent” +78 from a +21 "moderate".

In the Visayas, it rose from a +17 "moderate" in May to June's "excellent" +74.

In Mindanao, it rose to an "excellent" +90 from a "very good" +60.
Among 18-24 year olds, Duterte was rated an “excellent” +88 in June, compared to May's “good” +42.

It was also “excellent”, at +84, among 25-34 year olds, from a “good” +38.

Duterte was rated an “excellent” +78 among 35-44 year olds, from a “moderate” +27.

He was also rated an “excellent” +78 in June among 45-54 years olds, compared to May's “moderate” +22.

Among those who were at least 55 years old, Duterte was rated an “excellent” +70 in June, from May's +11 “moderate”.

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