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调查称一般的菲律宾人认为经济在恶化

About half of the Filipino population believe that the state of the country's economy deteriorated in the past 12 months, according to a survey released by research institute Pulse Asia on Monday.

The results of the survey, which was conducted on December 8 to 15, also revealed that 40 percent of Filipinos saw no change in the state of Philippine economy.

"Between June and December 2013, there is a significant rise in the percentage of Filipinos observing economic deterioration in the country," Pulse Asia said in a report available on its website.

Pulse Asia said that of those who declared that the country's economic condition worsened, 62 percent said they were "strongly" affected by such decline.

The results also showed that 43 percent of Filipinos said their quality of life deteriorated in the past 12 months while 41 percent observed no change.

Pulse Asia noted that the rising death toll due to typhoon Haiyan, the investigation on the alleged misuse of the pork barrel, and the increase in power rates were among the developments that preoccupied Filipinos prior to and during the conduct of the survey.
 

简明翻译:据经济日报周一报道,过半的菲律宾人认为国家的经济到崩溃边缘,另有40%的菲律宾人认为经济没有明显变化,43%的人认为生活质量下降了。去年因台风海燕给菲律宾带来了巨大的在哪,估计这个经济危机还会持续一段时间。

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