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UP Survey : Abolish or Reform Congressional pork #scrapPork

UP Survey : Abolish or Reform Congressional pork #scrapPork

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The League of College Councils (LCC) is convened by the Office of the Vice Chairperson of the University Student Council of the University of the Philippines - Diliman. The LCC is an alliance of all 19 student councils in UP Diliman. It serves as an avenue to forward concrete and sustainable actions to all challenges that hinder genuine development in the education sector and all other sectors in society. Being a young institution, the LCC’s potential is aimed to be a bastion of the current student movement that will push for maximum student participation by mainstreaming all possible means to integrate the Iskolar ng Bayan in the challenge of serving the nation.

The LCC launched the GRILL THE PORK project to gauge the knowledge of UP Diliman with regard to the grilling issue of the pork barrel. In its launch, the LCC released the GRILL THE PORK PRIMER [See this link:http://tinyurl.com/GRILLthePORKPRIMER] to provide sufficient knowledge and pertinent information regarding the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF).

On August 27-30, 2013 all 19 local college councils conducted the GRILL THE PORK SURVEY. The survey covered the issue on the PDAF (Congressional Pork), and not on the whole pork barrel system.

We would like to reiterate that the results of this survey do not represent the whole of UP Diliman community but only of our survey respondents.

The LCC plans to conduct another survey that will cover the whole pork barrel system this September.
The League of College Councils (LCC) is convened by the Office of the Vice Chairperson of the University Student Council of the University of the Philippines - Diliman. The LCC is an alliance of all 19 student councils in UP Diliman. It serves as an avenue to forward concrete and sustainable actions to all challenges that hinder genuine development in the education sector and all other sectors in society. Being a young institution, the LCC’s potential is aimed to be a bastion of the current student movement that will push for maximum student participation by mainstreaming all possible means to integrate the Iskolar ng Bayan in the challenge of serving the nation.

The LCC launched the GRILL THE PORK project to gauge the knowledge of UP Diliman with regard to the grilling issue of the pork barrel. In its launch, the LCC released the GRILL THE PORK PRIMER [See this link:http://tinyurl.com/GRILLthePORKPRIMER] to provide sufficient knowledge and pertinent information regarding the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF).

On August 27-30, 2013 all 19 local college councils conducted the GRILL THE PORK SURVEY. The survey covered the issue on the PDAF (Congressional Pork), and not on the whole pork barrel system.

We would like to reiterate that the results of this survey do not represent the whole of UP Diliman community but only of our survey respondents.

The LCC plans to conduct another survey that will cover the whole pork barrel system this September.

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GRILL THE PORK PROJECT SURVEY 
 The League of College Councils (LCC) is convened by the Office of theVice Chairperson of the University Student Council of the University of thePhilippines - Diliman. The LCC is an alliance of all 19 student councils in UPDiliman. It serves as an avenue to forward concrete and sustainable actionsto all challenges that hinder genuine development in the education sectorand all other sectors in society. Being a young institution, the LCC’s potentialis aimed to be a bastion of the current student movement that will push formaximum student participation by mainstreaming all possible means tointegrate the Iskolar ng Bayan in the challenge of serving the nation. The LCC launched the
GRILL THE PORK 
project to gauge theknowledge of UP Diliman with regard to the grilling issue of the pork barrel.In its launch, the LCC released the
GRILL THE PORK PRIMER
[See this link:
 
]
 
to provide sufficient knowledge andpertinent information regarding the Priority Development Assistance Fund(PDAF).On August 27-30, 2013 all 19 local college councils conducted the
GRILL THE PORK SURVEY 
. The survey covered the issue on the PDAF(Congressional Pork), and not on the whole pork barrel system.We would like to reiterate that the results of this survey do notrepresent the whole of UP Diliman community but only of our surveyrespondents. The LCC plans to conduct another survey that will cover the whole porkbarrel system this September.For more information or queries, please do not hesitate to contact JulesGuiang (University Student Council-UP Diliman Vice-Chairperson and LCCConvenor) at 0905-4502488.League of College Councils – Grill the Pork Survey | Page 1
 
Methodology
 This survey is entitled the “Grill the Pork Project” survey. This survey issponsored by the League of College Councils, University of the PhilippinesDiliman. The target population are the bona fide undergraduate and graduatestudents of the University of the Philippines Diliman for the first semester2013-2014. The sampling method used was convenience sampling and wasdone through site survey on respective schools and colleges. Data gatheringwas done from August 27 to August 30 of the year 2013. The objectives of the survey are the following: to gauge the knowledgeof the respondent on the Priority Development Assistance Fund or PorkBarrel (based on a self-assessment rating); to see if the respondent is awareof projects of his/her district representative that may have been funded byPDAF; For the respondent to determine the value of the projects of theirdistrict representatives; to see if the respondent is aware of projects of thesenators that may have been funded by PDAF; to determine the stand of therespondents on the issue of the Pork Barrel; to gauge the perception of effectiveness on the respondent’s part; to see if the respondent is aware of projects of the senators that may have been funded by PDAF; and to see if there is a possible bias from the respondent as a result of gaining from thePDAFLeague of College Councils – Grill the Pork Survey | Page 2
 
Out of 1678 respondents, 787 of them want to abolish PDAF, 700 of them want to reform PDAF. 168 of the respondents are undecided on PDAFwhile only 23 of the respondents believe that PDAF should be maintained.From 50 respondents of College of Fine Arts, 31 would like to abolish PDAFwhile 13 want to reform it. 5 respondents are still undecided while only onewants to maintain PDAF.League of College Councils – Grill the Pork Survey | Page 3

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