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Survey: Public Satisfaction Level on Jokowi Stand at 67.9 Percent

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Hanta Yuda, executive director of pollster Poltracking Indonesia said the public satisfaction on President Joko Widodo’s (Jokowi) leadership is 67.9 percent. In addition, the level of public trust in Jokowi and Vice President Jusuf Kalla reached 70.5 percent.

The survey results were presented at Hotel Sari Pan Pacific in Central Jakarta on Sunday, November 26. The latest survey was aimed at evaluating Jokowi-Kalla’s performance over the last three years.

In terms of individual performance, Jokowi gained a score of 68 percent related to the public satisfaction. Meanwhile, the level of public satisfaction on Kalla’s performance was 64.8 percent.

“It means their reputations in the public’s eyes are quite good with scores above 50 percent,” Hanta said.

Included in the survey were evaluations in the fields of infrastructure development, healthcare, and education.

The survey was conducted on November 8-15, 2017 across the country, using the stratified multistage random sampling method. The survey involved 2,400 respondnets with a 2-percent margin of error.

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