Former senator Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. PHOTO BY ENRIQUE AGCAOILI
Presidential guess Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Sara Duterte-Carpio maintained their lead in surveys after dominating the January ballot of Pulse Asia.
Marcos topped Pulse Asia’s presidential survey at 60 %, enhancing on the 53 % he garnered final December.
The pollster stated the usual bearer of the Partido Federal Filipino occasion was the highest choose in all geographic areas and socio-economic groupings. He had 66 % in Mindanao, 61 % in the remainder of Luzon, 57 % within the Nationwide Capital Area (NCR), and 53 % within the Visayas.
He additionally posted 61 % for socio-economic class D, 56 % in school E, and 50 % in school C.
Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo positioned second at 16 %. Robredo had 19 % every in Stability Luzon and the Visayas was at 19 %, 16 % within the NCR, and eight % in Mindanao.
Senator Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquaio and Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso every had 8 %, and Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson had 4 %.
Pulse Asia stated the survey was performed through the time the Fee on Elections (Comelec)’s second division dismissed the petition to cancel the certificates of candidacy (CoC) of Marcos over his tax offense conviction.
It was additionally the time when Marcos skipped a televised interview with GMA Community, saying that host and journalist Jessica Soho was “biased” in opposition to him and his household.
Throughout this era, Robredo was endorsed by 23 former authorities officers — together with 14 former Cupboard secretaries serving underneath then President Fidel Ramos.
In the meantime, Duterte-Carpio dominated the vice presidential ballot with 50 %, up from 45 % in December. She garnered the best choice amongst respondents from Mindanao at 84 %, adopted by the Visayas (47 %), NCR (40 %), and the remainder of Luzon (36 %).
The Davao Metropolis mayor was additionally the highest choose amongst socio-economic courses C, D, and E at 53, 49, and 55 % respectively.