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LSI survey: 64% respondents satisfied with Jokowi’s performance, down

The Indonesian Survey Institute (LSI) released the results of a survey on the level of public satisfaction with the performance of President Joko Widodo (Jokowi). The result is that 64% of respondents are satisfied with President Jokowi’s performance.

The survey was conducted at the national level from 27 June to 5 July 2022. The survey was conducted before Eid al-Adha using the telephone method for Indonesian citizens aged 17 years and older and who have a telephone, which is approximately 83% of the total national population. Sample selection is done through the method random digit dialing (RDD). RDD is a technique of selecting a sample through a random phone number generation process.

With RDD technology, a sample of 1,206 respondents was selected through a random phone number generation process, verification and screening. chance of error Survey estimated ±2.9% at 95% confidence level general purpose sample,

In the survey respondents were asked a question that read, ‘In general, are you very satisfied, quite satisfied, dissatisfied or not satisfied at all with the work of President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) so far?’.

1. Very satisfied (13.5%)
2. Quite satisfied (50.5%)
3. Unsatisfied (27.2%)
4. Not satisfied at all (5.9%)
5. Not Known/No Answer (2.9%)

“The performance of the President according to the public at the beginning of July 2022 is in the range of 64%. The majority said they are satisfied or very satisfied with the performance of the President at 64%,” said Zayadi Hanan, executive director of LSI, Sunday (24 /7/2022) LSI in a press conference broadcast virtually on YouTube.

However, compared to the LSI survey in May 2022, Jokowi’s performance satisfaction level in the LSI survey dropped slightly from 67 percent to 64 percent.

“Compared to the previous national survey in May 2022, this assessment tends to be stable or slightly lower, from 67 percent to 64 percent,” he said.

In the survey, LSI also asked respondents questions that read, ‘How do you view the current state of the national economy in general? Very Good, Good, Medium, Bad, or Very Bad?

1. Very Good (2.5%)
2. Good (22.9%)
3. Moderate (35.1%)
4. Bad (25.5%)
5. Very Bad (9.6%)
6. Not Known/No Answer (4.4%).

“With regard to the economy, as always, we ask the public’s perception of the national situation. At the beginning of July there were more people who rated the economic situation as bad (35.1%) than those who rated it as good (25.4 %) This means they said the economic sentiment is still negative.

Jayadi said that based on demographics, gender, age, economic conditions were considered equally negative. However, for youth below 21 years of age the economy is considered positive, i.e. 33.2% is considered good and 20.4% is considered bad.

“More people, except those under the age of 21, ethnic Betawi and Bugis, entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs, especially in Central Java, Yogyakarta, people with an income of less than 1 million, consider it poor, which affects the national economic situation. Well considered. And Maluku, Papua,” he said.

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