Raffy Tulfo still leads in April 2022 OCTA survey

raffy tulfo still leads in april 2022 octa survey min 2

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — According to an OCTA Research survey done in late April, broadcaster Raffy Tulfo maintains his lead among senate candidates in the 2022 elections.

2,400 male and female respondents aged 18 and above who are registered and likely voters from class AB, C, D, or E across the country participated in the “Tugon ng Masa” survey, which ran from April 22 to April 25. 

Former Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar came in second with 55 percent, followed by Antique Representative Loren Legarda with 51 percent.

Senate Majority Leader Miguel Zubiri earned the fourth spot with 49 percent. He was followed by Sorsogon governor and former senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero with 46 percent and actor Robin Padilla with 44 percent.

Former senator and Taguig Representative Alan Cayetano received 40 percent of the vote, followed by Senator Win Gatchalian with 39 percent, Senator Joel Villanueva with 36 percent, and former senator Jinggoy Estrada with 33 percent.

Former senator JV Ejercito, Senator Risa Hontiveros, and former vice president Jejomar Binay tied in the 9th-14th place with 31 percent of the vote. Binay fell from the 7th-11th place with 42 percent in the previous poll towards the bottom of the rankings.

Former Quezon City mayor Herbert Bautista (27 percent), former presidential spokesperson Harry Roque (24 percent), retired Philippine National Police commander Guillermo Eleazar (22 percent), and former senator Gringo Honasan (22 percent) were also close to the Magic 12 spots. 

The non-commissioned survey interviewers provided a list of candidates and asked participants who they would vote for if senatorial elections were held today. Respondents were given the option of selecting up to 12 choices.

When asked if this would reflect in the May 9 polls, OCTA fellow Dr. Guido David reiterated that the country cannot declare a winner solely on the basis of poll findings. After that, he urged people to “go out and vote” on May 9. – WhatALife!

Source: (gmanetwork.com)

Also Read: BBM-Sara still leads in April 2022 OCTA survey


Contributor writers of WhatALife!

Leave a Reply