Asked what they can say about their family’s situation, 67 percent of the 1,496 respondents said they are “poor.” Twenty-four percent said they are not poor. Six percent answered, “do not know” while the remaining three percent did not provide any answer.
Twenty-five percent of the respondents said the economy under the Aquino administration has become worse while 51 percent said that it is the same. Only 16 percent said that the economy is better.
Ina-underestimate kasi ng pamahalaan ang poverty kaya hindi nila nakikita ang reality na ito.