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Tingog Partylist tops RPMD performance survey

May 20, 2024 People's Journal 91 views

TINGOG Partylist, headed by Reps. Yedda Marie K. Romualdez and Jude Acidre, topped the performance survey conducted by the RP-Mission and Development (RPMD) Foundation recently.

Acidre expressed gratitude for the continued recognition of the work done by Tingog Partylist to improve the condition of Filipinos, especially the poor.

“We are deeply honored and humbled by this acknowledgment, which underscores our unwavering commitment to serving the Filipino people with dedication and excellence,” Acidre said.

Acidre attributed the success of Tingog to the collective action of its officials and supporters for the interest and welfare of their constituents.

“This milestone serves as a testament to our relentless pursuit of genuine and effective representation,” Acidre said.

“Rest assured, Tingog Party-list will persist in championing the voices of those we represent and strive to make a positive impact on the lives of every Filipino,” the lawmaker added.

Based from the non-commissioned survey conducted by the RPMD from March 18 to 24, Tingog Partylist got 90.3 percent.

“The independent and non-commissioned nationwide survey shows that the TINGOG PARTYLIST, represented by Congresswoman Yedda Marie Romualdez and Representative Jude Acidre, continues to set the benchmark for excellence with an impressive performance rating of 90.3%,” the RPMD said in a statement.

“This outstanding achievement consistently places them at the top of the rankings, reinforcing their status as one of the most effective and influential party-list groups in the Philippines. Their leadership and commitment, which have driven significant legislative progress and exemplified effective representation, serve as an inspiration to other Representatives, earning them widespread acclaim and recognition within the political landscape,” it added.

Tied for second place are Bicol Saro (87.8%), Ang Probinsyano (87.6%), Ako Bisaya (87.3%), Agimat (87.1%), and ACT-CIS (86.5%).

TGP is in third place (86.2%), and Ako Bicol (85.1%) and ALONA (84.8%) are tied for fourth. In fifth place are 4Ps (83.6%), Uswag Ilonggo (83.2%), and Marino (82.8%).

The survey took the opinion of 10,000 respondents from the 67.75 million registered voters in the country. The survey has a margin of error of +/-1% and a confidence level of 95%.

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