MANILA, Philippines (CNN) -- A majority of people surveyed this month say Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo should not complete her presidential term, according to a new CNN/Time poll.
Additionally, the survey found that opposition to the Philippine leader fell and rose along age lines.
Of the 600 people surveyed in the poll, conducted by TNS during the past week, 57.5 percent said Arroyo should quit.
The poll was taken July 2-5, and had a margin of error of 4.1 percent. TNS is a London-based international polling company.
The results come as Arroyo faces mounting pressure to step down, following allegations of cheating in the 2004 presidential election.
She is accused of talking to an election official about ensuring a million-vote victory in the vote. Arroyo won re-election in 2004.
She won a reprieve of sorts on Sunday, when a group of influential Roman Catholic bishops declined to demand her resignation, saying no single option could be deemed "morally correct."
In the CNN/Time poll, people were asked, "Do you think President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo should or should not complete her six-year presidential term?"
Of the poll's respondents, 37.7 percent of those surveyed said they believed she should complete her term. A further 4.7 percent of people did not know.
Calls for her resignation fell along age lines in the CNN/Time. Among the poll's findings: