The Commission on Human Rights on Thursday said the survey result released by the Social Weather Station (SWS) is “not convincing and confusing”.
Recent SWS survey result said the government got the highest approval for its war on drugs and the promotion of human rights in a survey conducted on September 24 to 27, nearly a hundred days after President Rodrigo Duterte took office on June 30 on the back of an anti-crime and anti-corruption platform.
However, CHR questioned that authenticity of the result and whether it is aligned with the general public opinion.
Human rights lawyer and activist Erlinda Ubaldo said the survey must have been rigged.
“We are not convinced with the survey result. SWS should be investigated for circulating false and misleading information about the President’s performance. Everyone is tired of killings and this survey is nothing but rigged”, Ubaldo told media on Thursday.
The drug war had an excellent 78 percent net satisfaction rating, with 85 percent of respondents saying they were satisfied with the campaign. Only 7 percent were dissatisfied and the other 7 percent were undecided.
Police data show 1,881 suspects were killed in anti-drug operations from July 1 to November 15.
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