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NCRPO flaunts Pulse Asia survey result: 82% metro residents ‘feel safer’

Wow what a news! This is the kind of news we want to hear. This report came from GMA News, telling about the results of the recent Pulse Asia Survey on the poll about the safety and security in Metro Manila. Or we want to call it, the peace and order. Read GMA News report below:

Over 82 percent of Metro Manila residents said they “feel safer” due to the government’s intensified campaign against illegal drugs based, the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) said based on a Pulse Asia survey.
The survey, shared by NCRPO on Friday, was conducted from December 6 to 11, 2016, five months after President Rodrigo Duterte declared war on drugs.

Respondents were randomly selected and were asked the question: “Compared to last year, I feel that it is less dangerous now in our place because of the campaign against illegal drugs.”

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