The running candidates for national positions in this upcoming May 9 election are trying to win the support of the 67.5 million Filipinos from the country and overseas.
The presidential and vice-presidential elections held in different poll precincts in and outside the country determine the 17th President and 15th Vice President of the Philippines.
Every vote matters, and COMELEC’s made their compilation for the most recent vote-rich cities this year.
The city of Manila and Quezon are the only cities with more than a million voters and together make up the most populous voting bloc. There are a total of 1,403,895 registered voters in Quezon and 1,133,042 in Manila.
Other cities joining Manila and Quezon with the highest voter counts in the top 10 vote-rich cities are:
Davao (992,538 registered voters)
Cebu (733,044 registered voters)
Caloocan (700,279 registered voters)
Antipolo (471,250 registered voters)
Makati (458,362 registered voters)
Pasig (457,370 registered voters)
Taguig (449,359 registered voters)
Zamboanga (445,240 registered voters)
According to COMELEC’s gathered data, they only recorded 46.937 million out of 61.843 million registered voters who cast their ballots in the last 2019 elections. In the current top vote-rich city, only 68.26% of the total voters voted during the said year. – WhatALife!
Jeraiza is a writer of Syntactics Inc. in Cagayan de Oro City. She writes for all sorts of topic to provide the right information and to keep the readers updated with the trends. A fan of all things classic, a typical bookworm with books gathering dust, and a fiction writer on weekends.