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PostSubject: Survey said: Yes but No...   March 3rd 2008, 5:29 pm

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MANILA, Philippines -- Sixty-nine percent of Metro Manila residents
would support protest actions calling for the resignation of government
officials linked to the alleged graft-tainted national broadband
network project, although only 16 percent would actually participate in
these rallies, an independent survey said.

The Pulse Asia Inc. study, from February 21 to 24, also showed that
61 percent of residents in the capital believe that there was a "big
possibility" that the testimony of Senate witness Rodolfo Lozada Jr.
could lead to the downfall of government. Eight percent said there was
a "small possibility" while 30 percent were undecided.

Lozada, a former government consultant exposed the alleged
overpricing and kickbacks in the $329-million contract between the
government and China' ZTE Corp.

Asked if they would support protest actions calling for the
resignation of government officials linked to the NBN scam, 69 percent
said yes while 31 percent said no. Of the 69 percent who said yes, 16
percent said they would join the rallies while 53 percent said they
won't.

Asked why they were unwilling to join the protests, 26 percent said
they had "more important things" to do, another 26 percent said there
would be no change in government, 21 percent said they needed to earn a
living, seven percent said there was no alternative leader, while six
percent said they were "tired" of people power.

Pulse Asia polled 300 Metro Manila residents for the study, which
had a margin of error of +/-6 percent and a confidence level of 95
percent.

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