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Pulse Asia Survey – Presidential, Vice-Presidential, Senatorial rankings

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In the latest Pulse Asia poll findings announced on Monday, March 14, former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and his vice presidential candidate, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, remained the top contenders.

Pulse Asia Presidential Survey

Marcos maintained his advantage in the poll, which was held from Feb. 18 to 23, 2022, with 60% of participants countrywide selecting him as the next Philippine president if elections were held during the survey period.

Vice President Leni Robredo, who beat Marcos Jr in 2016, placed second, with 15 percent of voters stating they will vote for the lone woman in the presidential contest. The February 2022 statistic is one percent lower than her January 2022 figures.

In the most recent poll, 2,400 people aged 18 and up who are eligible voters and will likely vote in the May 2022 elections.

Other presidential contenders in the May 2022 elections each received a maximum of 10% of voter support. Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso have 10%,  Senator Manny Pacquiao have 8%, Senator Panfilo Lacson have 2%, Faisal Mangondato have 0.4%, Chair Leody de Guzman have 0.1%, and Cardiologist Jose Montemayor Jr. have 0.1 percent.

Moreno was perhaps the most popular second-pick presidential candidate, with 26% of respondents stating they would vote for the Manila mayor if their first pick pulled out.

According to Pulse Asia, the majority of probable voters (23 percent) have no second-choice presidential candidate, are unsure about their additional choice (4 percent), or refuse to select their second-choice presidential candidate (0.1 percent).

Pulse Asia Vice-Presidential Survey

Davao Mayor Sara maintains her lead in the Vice-Presidential race.

According to Pulse Asia, 53% of respondents are likely to choose Duterte as Robredo’s replacement.

On the other hand, Senate President Vicente Sotto III’s candidacy for vice president has over a quarter of people expected to vote in May 2022 supporting him with 24%, and almost 11% will support for Senator Francis Pangilinan. 

Two Vice-Presidential contenders with potential voter choices that have single-digit preferences are Dr. Willie Ong that have 6% and Buhay Party-List Representative Jose Atienza Jr that have 1%.

The candidates that receive less than 1% of the vote are Mr. Emmanuel Lopez that have 0.1%, former Akbayan Party-List Representative Walden Bello that have 0.1%, and Atty. Carlos Serapio that recieved 0.01%.

“Likely voters with a first choice for vice president are most inclined to choose Senate President Sotto (31 percent) as their alternative candidate for the post,” Pulse Asia stated.

Two Vice-Presidential contenders with potential voter choices that have a double digit second-choice voting figures are Pangilinan that have 15%, and Ong that have 11%.

Other Vice Presidential candidates who received at least 5% of the vote are Atienza that have 5%, Lopez that have 1%, Bello that have 0.1%, Serapio that have 0.1% and David that have 0.05%.

Pulse Asia Senatorial Survey

Raffy Tulfo, a broadcaster, led a non-commissioned Pulse Asia pre-election survey on favored senate contenders for the general elections in May 2022.

Pulse Asia Senatorial Survey 2022

The findings of Pulse Asia’s Pulso ng Bayan survey, published on Monday, March 14, revealed that 14 senatorial contenders have a statistical possibility of winning in may 2022 elections, with the majority of the potential winners either current or previous members of Congress.

Raffy Tulfo came in first place, with 66.9% of likely voters supporting him.

In addition, 2nd to 4th places were Antique Rep. Loren Legarda that have 58.9%, Secretary Mark Villar that have 56.2%, and Taguig City Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano that have 55%.

Meanwhile, the senator that placed in 5th and 7th are Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri that have 50.5%, and Sorsogon Gov. Francis Escudero that have 49.8%.

Former Senator Jinggoy Estrada got 38.6% (10th to 11th places), followed by Herbert Bautista that got 32.8%, (12th to 14th places), Senator Risa Hontiveros that have 32.3% (12th to 14th places), and former Senator JV Ejercito that have 31.6% (12th to 14th places).

Pulse Asia’s most recent poll was conducted from February 18 to 23, with 2,400 participants aged 18 and up who are eligible voters and tend to vote in the May 2022 elections. – WhatALife!

Source: (mb.com.ph, mb.com)

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