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Filipinos express ‘cautious optimism’ 2021 will be better year

A survey done by the Social Weather Stations showed that 91 percent of adult Filipinos will welcome the new year with hope

Most Filipinos say gov’t action on coronavirus pandemic ‘adequate’

The result of the survey came as the Philippines recorded a rise of 2,379 in its coronavirus tally, which has reached 356,618 on Sunday

Most Filipinos find it risky to attend religious services — survey

Catholic church leaders remind the faithful of the importance of prayer especially during the coronavirus pandemic

More Filipinos going hungry, church leaders call for transparency in gov’t...

A new survey shows a record-high hunger incidence of 30.7 percent — the highest rate since the previous peak of 23.8 percent in 2012

Filipinos worry about quality of life as number of Covid-19 cases...

An SWS survey shows that 36 percent of adult Filipinos believe their quality of life will worsen in the next 12 months

Millions of adult Filipinos lose jobs due to coronavirus pandemic —...

The survey said that 45.5 percent of the country’s adult population have become jobless, half of whom lost their jobs during the pandemic

Filipinos claim quality of life got worse in recent months during...

The survey revealed that only eight percent of the respondents said that life became better, while 12 percent said life stayed the same.

More Filipinos suffer involuntary hunger, survey says

About 20.9 percent of the respondents said they suffer from “hunger due to lack of food to eat” as the country faced the coronavirus pandemic

Survey: Suspension of public transport burdens most Filipinos

The government maintains its decision to maintain the ban on some public transportation as preventive measures against the spread of COVID-19

Number of hungry Filipinos grows amid coronavirus pandemic

A survey done by SWS noted that 3.9 million Filipino families experienced involuntary hunger in the past three months

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