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Philippines' Duterte Boasts 76 Percent Approval Rating After First Three Months in Power

More than three-quarters of Filipinos are happy with President Rodrigo Duterte after his first three months in office, a new poll released Thursday showed, in spite of international criticism about his war on drug gangs. The poll by Social Weather Stations showed that 76 percent of 1,200 respondents surveyed across the country were satisfied with their new leader. Just 11 percent were dissatisfied and 13 percent undecided.
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