Pulse Asia Poll Shows More People Feel Safer Because of War on Drugs

President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs received a boost after a Pulse Asia poll shows that up to 82% of respondents said that the streets are safer because of the president’s aggressive campaign. More than 7,000 deaths have been attributed to the war on drugs, with a significant number resulting from extra judicial killings. But while the president is facing scrutiny from opposition sectors and the international community, there has been a noticeable lack of outrage…

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