Reader’s Digest – 2010 Philippines Most Trusted Personalities

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For the first time ever, Reader’s Digest conducted a nationwide survey asking people to rate 80 influetial personalities on their trustworthiness. The list was presented to respondents in random order, with ratings of 1 to 10, where 1 equated to “don’t trust at all” and 10 being “trust completely.” Check out the list below.

Here are the list of (Reader’s Digest Asia) Philippines’ Most Trusted 2010

1. Rosa Rosal (actress and philanthropist)
2. Lea Salonga (singer and actress)
3. Jessica Soho (journalist and vice President of GMA News)
4. Tony Meloto (philanthropist, founder of Gawad Kalinga)
5. Beningo “Noynoy” Aquino III (senator)
6. Rafael “Paeng” Nepumuceno (bowling champion)
7. Howie G. Severino (documentary filmmaker)
8. Randy David (newspaper columnist)
9. Mel Tiangco (TV host and newscaster)
10. Efren “Bata” Reyes (pool and billiard champion)
11. Jaime August Zobel de Ayala (businessman and CEO of the Ayala Corporation)
12. Cristeta Comerford (White House executive chef)
13. Miguel Castro “Mike” Enriquez (TV and radio newscaster, senior vice-president of GMA news)
14. Boots Anson-Roa (former actress, director of Mowelfound)
15. Angel Alcala (marine scientist)
16. Julius Babao (news anchor)
17. Vilma Santos-Recto (actress and Governor of Batangas)
18. Von Hernandez (executive director of Greenpeace, Southeast Asia)
19. Archbishop Angel Lagdameo (president of Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines)
20. Michael V (comedian and TV host)
21. Chin Chin Guiterrez (actress and environmental activist)
22. Archbishop Oscar V. Cruz ()
23. Arnel Pineda (lead singer of Journey)
24. Mar Roxaz (senator)
25. Henry Sy (founder and chairman of SM)
26. Sharon Cuneta (entertainer)
27. Conrado de Quiros (newspaper columnist and author)
28. Kidlat Tahimik (documentary filmmaker, writer)
29. Antonio A. Oposa Junior (environmental lawyer)
30. Bishop Efraim Tendero (national director, The Philippine Council for Evangelical Churches)
31. Charice Pempengco (singer)
32. Dr. Rey Melchor F. Santos (president of Philippine Medical Association)
33. Monique Lhuillier (fashion designer)
34. Gloria Diaz (actress former Miss Universe)
35. Dr. Lilia H. Pagtakhan-Luna (obstetrician and gynecologist)
36. Manny Pacquiao (boxer)
37. Dr Eusebio Z. Dizon (archeologist)
38. Dr. Ramon Santos (musical composer)
39. Chris Tiu (basketballer and TV co-host Pinoy Records)
40. Reynato S. Puno (Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines)
41. Alfredo S. Lim (Mayor of Manila)
42. Kris Aquino (TV personality and actress)
43. Lorenzo “Lory” Tan (Vice-Chairman WWF)
44. KC Concepcion (actress)
45. Jaime T. “Jimmy” Licauco (parapsychologist, author and founder of the Inner Mind Development Institute)
46. Brillante Mendoza (filmmaker)
47. Rodrigo Duterte (Mayor of Davao City)
48. Senator Richard “Dick” Gordan (politician and chairman of The Philippine National Red Cross)
49. Roberto del Rosario (businessman and inventor of the Karaoke Sing Along System)
50. Francis G. Escudero (senator)
51. Romeo Gacad (photo journalist)
52. Joker Arroyo (politician and lawyer)
53. Dr. Esperanza I. Cabral (secretary of Department of Social Welfare and Development)
54. Napoleon L. Nazareno (and CEO of PLDT and SMART)
55. Ernest L. Cu (director and CEO of Globe Telecom)
56. Korina Sanchez (TV personality)
57. Jon Santos (comedian, gay marriage activist)
58. Billy Crawford (musician and actor)
59. Alfonso T. Yuchengco (head of Yuchengco Group)
60. Manuel “Manny” Villar (senator)
61. Hon. Jesil A Lapus (Department of Education)
62. Fidel V. ***** (former President of the Philippines)
63. Noli de Castro (Vice President of the Philippines)
64. Lucio Tan (businessman)
65. Gilberto Teodoro (secretary of National Defence)
66. Lieutenant General Victor S Ibrado (chief of staff, Armed Forces of the Philippines)
67. Marian Rivera (actress and model)
68. Eduardo V. Manalo (deputy Executive Minister of Iglesia Ni Cristo)
69. Carlos J. Caparas (cartoonist and filmmaker)
70. Asi Taulava (Philippines National Basketball team captain)
71. General Jesus A. Verzosa (Chief of Philippine National Police)
72. Cristine Reyes (actress and FHM’s ***iest Woman 2009)
73. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. (politician)
74. Imee Marcos (politician)
75. Willie Revillame (TV host (Wowowee))
76. Katrina Halili (actress and model)
77. Imelda Marcos (former First Lady of the Philippines)
78. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (GMA) (President of the Philippines)
79. Joseph “Erap” Estrada (former president of the Philippines)
80. Hayden Kho Jr (doctor, actor)

I’d like to contradict with the result of the survey here. How come that people still trust people who have already showed their personal interest in their position and already made a big mistake in their career. I think you know who I point out here. Now I wonder in this coming election, people are still trusting though they have seen the worst. We need a change, this country really needs a change now! Please let us learn from the past presidents and choose only the least evil as they say. In the next days, I’ll be posting some info about the presidentiables. I’d really like to know about them and their platforms if they have one. Goodluck beloved Philippines!

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