CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – The presidential daughter and incumbent mayor of Davao City, Sara Duterte-Carpio was chosen among the top 3 best performing mayors of the county, an independent survey said.
The survey conducted by an independent group, RP-Mission and Development Foundation, also named Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte, and Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia as among the top three best performing politicians.
On Wednesday (July 14) RP-Mission and Development Foundation posted on social media that the Cebu City Governor was number 1 among 81 provinces, garnering a 77-percent rating, while the good mayor of Davao City also ranked first among 16 cities (except for Metro Manila) included in their survey conducted independently. Sara got a rating of 93 percent.
The survey also revealed that in the National Capital Region (NCR), it was City Mayor Joy Belmonte who emerged as number 1 with a rating of 87 percent.
Follows after Sara were Calamba City Mayor Justin Marc Chipeco (82 percent), Calapan City’s Arnan Panaligan (77 percent), Cagayan de Oro City’s Oscar Moreno (74 percent), and Baguio City’s Benjamin Magalong Jr. (71 percent).
After Gov Garcia, Iloilo Governor Arthur Defensor landed second, followed by La Union’s Francisco Emmanuel Ortega III (70 percent), Davao del Sur’s Marc Douglas Cagas IV (67 percent), and Pampanga’s Dennis Pineda (62 percent).
For the mayors in Metro Manila, Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto closely followed Belmonte with an 86-percent grade, Manila’s Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domogoso got 80 percent, Valenzuela City’s Rex Gatchalian 79 percent, and Navotas City Mayor Tobias Tiangco 77 percent.
Menwhile, Dr Paul Martinez, chief of the RP-Mission and Development Foundation, revealed on social media that said city mayors in each region’s capital were assessed by their people based on overall performance of their functions, duties and achievements.
Martinez said: “As for the governors, we chose the regional center of the province to gather a significant data for analysis. We are hoping that this will give our public servants a good insight on how they are doing with their constituents. – PNA