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6 of 10 Pinoys to help Marawi victims

Six of 10 Filipinos have expressed readiness to help the victims of Marawi crisis, based on the Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey results.

The nationwide survey conducted last Sept. 23-27 with 1,500 respondents found 60 percent of Filipinos saying they are ready (27% “very ready” and 33% “somewhat ready”) to help people affected by the Marawi crisis.

Meanwhile, 20% are unready and 20% are undecided on the matter.

The respondents were particularly asked, “how ready are you to help the victims of the Marawi City crisis?”

Those ready to help were further asked, “which of the following can you do in order to help the victims of the Marawi City crisis?”

On top of the forms of help is praying or offering mass for the victims (54%), donating relief goods (51%), and donating clothes (49%).

The rest would like to donate money (16%), work personally in packing or delivering relief goods (13%), offer own house to keep/protect victims (4%), give free transportation/rides (2%), and give free medicine (0.1%). (Ellalyn de Vera-Ruiz)

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