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Go earns highest Senate trust rating among incumbent senators


According to a recent study conducted by a political consulting firm, Senator Christopher "Bong" Go has the greatest overall trust rating among incumbent senators.


PUBLiCUS Asia Inc. said Go gained the trust of 35.67 percent of 1,500 Filipinos who answered to the 2021 PAHAYAG second-quarter survey, which was released on Saturday. Go's current trust rating is a tenth of a percent higher than the 35.07 percent he received in the previous quarter.


Go wrote and sponsored Republic Act No. 11463, also known as the Malasakit Centers Act, which was passed into law in 2019. He was the chair of the Committee on Health and Demography.


The law requires all Department of Health-run hospitals and the Philippine General Hospital to open their own Malasakit Centers so that indigent patients can easily access medical services provided by the Departments of Social Welfare and Development, Health, Philippine Health Insurance Corporation, and Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office.


As of Saturday, there were 132 Malasakit Centers around the country. Senator Manny Pacquiao, the previous frontrunner, had his trust rating plummet by 28 points, from 53.26 percent in the first quarter to 24.53 percent in the current survey. Senator Grace Poe came in second with a time of 35.47.


Imee Marcos received 30.93 percent of the vote, followed by Richard Gordon (29.6), Joel Villanueva (28.4), Miguel Zubiri (27.87), Panfilo Lacson (26.93), Pia Cayetano (26.6), Sherwin Gatchalian (25.4), Manny Pacquiao (24.53), and Ronald dela Rosa (24.53). (24.47).


Risa Hontiveros and Francis Pangilinan received 22.13 percent, followed by Ralph Recto (21.4), Francis Tolentino (20.6), Cynthia Villar (19.67), Franklin Drilon and Koko Pimentel (18.8), Nancy Binay (16.8), Lito Lapid (15.13), Leila de Lima (8.8), and Ramon Revilla Jr. (8.53). De Lima was the least trusted senator at 71.0 percent. 


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