Surveys

Majority of Filipinos think economy has not improved under Aquino

March 12, 2015

7 out of 10 respondents said that they don’t think that there is less poverty in the country in the past three months, while 17.1% answered that poverty is less Most Filipinos think that the country’s economy under the Aquino administration has not changed or even worsened, according to the latest nationwide survey by research […]

IBON Survey: Most Filipinos rate themselves poor

March 11, 2015

Families have trouble paying for food, electricity, healthcare The latest IBON survey shows that majority of Filipinos see themselves as poor. The survey results also show that many Filipinos had difficulty with their basic expenses in the past three months. According to the survey results, 7 out of 10 Filipinos rated themselves as poor. Asked […]

Most Filipinos rate themselves poor

March 11, 2015

Reference: Rosario Bella Guzman (IBON executive editor) | Families have trouble paying for food, electricity, healthcare The latest IBON survey shows that majority of Filipinos see themselves as poor. The survey results also show that many Filipinos had difficulty with their basic expenses in the past three months. According to the survey results, 7 out […]

Yolanda-affected residents in Eastern Visayas — LGU, relatives first came to our aid after typhoon Yolanda

November 6, 2014

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6 out of 10 Filipinos can’t buy enough food, have trouble paying for basic costs

June 29, 2014

The April round also showed an increasing number of respondents who had difficulty in paying for their children’s schooling, transportation, and water, while the share of those who had difficulty paying for electricity remains | Reference: Rosario Bella Guzman (IBON executive editor) The number of Filipinos who have difficulty buying enough food increased from last […]

Most Filipinos say corruption, poverty didn’t improve; self-rated poverty also increased to 67%

June 26, 2014

Asked how they look at their situation today, 67.0% of respondents, or 7 out of 10 said they see their family as poor. | Reference: Rosario Bella Guzman (IBON executive editor) The number of Filipinos who believe that corruption and poverty did not lessen in the last three years is increasing, according to results of […]

Livelihood became worse, especially in Yolanda-hit region

June 13, 2014

Reference: Rosario Bella Guzman (IBON executive editor) | Eastern Visayas, the hardest hit by super typhoon Yolanda, is among regions where respondents’ livelihood became worse. More Filipinos feel that their livelihood worsened compared to the previous quarter, according to results of the latest survey conducted by research group IBON. Moreover, the Eastern Visayas, the hardest […]

Many Filipinos have difficulty spending for basic needs

March 15, 2014

54.8% of respondents had difficulty in buying enough food in the past three months, while 53% had difficulty in buying medicine or paying for medical treatment | Reference: Rosario Bella Guzman (IBON executive editor) As the country observes Consumer Rights Day, research group IBON revealed survey results showing that many Filipino consumers have difficulty in […]

Corruption, poverty did not lessen in last 3 years

April 5, 2013

3 out of 5 or 58.9% of the respondents disagreed. Only 27.0% of the respondents said that corruption lessened. | Reference: Rosario Bella Guzman (IBON Executive Editor) Majority of Filipinos believe that poverty and corruption did not decrease in the last three years, according to results of the latest IBON nationwide survey. Asked if they […]