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BBM, Sara maintain wide lead in latest Pulse Asia survey

But Marcos’ vote dropped by 4 percent while closest rival Vice President Leni Robredo got 24 percent or an improvement of 9 percent from February survey.

Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte remained as the most preferred presidential and vice presidential candidates in the upcoming May 9 elections based on the latest Pulse Asia SurveyAccording to its “Ulat ng Bayan”… Read More

Marcos, Duterte widen lead in Pulse Asia survey

Presidential candidate Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and running mate Sara Duterte continued to be the top contenders for the May 9 elections, according to the latest survey conducted by Pulse Asia from Jan. 19 to 24 this year.

Read: BONGBONG MARCOS LEAD IN SURVEYS A SHAM

Marcos widened his lead to 60 percent from 53 percent in the Pulse Asia survey for president held in December last year.

He garnered the lead in all geographic areas and socio-economic groups with 53 to 66 percent and 50 to 61 percent, respectively.

Vice President Leni Robredo is in far second with 16 percent or 4 percent lower than the previous survey. Read More

PREMATURE ORGASM: TOO EARLY TO REJOICE OVER BONGBONG LEAD IN POLL SURVEYS

By ROGER M. BALANZA

Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. could be suffering from premature orgasm if he ejaculates with joy over results of pre-poll surveys showing him leading the pack in the race to Malacanang in the May 9 elections.

“It’s too early to rejoice,” said former Cabinet Secretary Leoncio Evasco Jr. 

Bongbong’s refusal to attend media forums and debates will only see his numbers in the 2022 elections slowly eroded as the 90-day campaign period wears on, said Lito Banayo, campaign strategist of Aksyon Demokratiko presidential aspirant Manila Mayor Isko Moreno. 

In the latest survey by Pulse Asia conducted from January 19 to 24, the son and namesake of the late dictator President Ferdinand Marcos Sr.emerged the top choice with 60% of respondents prefering him to be the next president after President Rodrigo Duterte.

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Evasco, the former Presidential Adviser on Streamlining of Government Processes, expressed this prognosis over the fate of the son of the late dictator last week in Bohol while attending a political event of of the local political bloc Abante Bohol.

Evasco, a former Catholic priest, was an anti-Marcos activist who was imprisoned during the martial rule of Bongbong’s father. He had served for years as chief of staff of then Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte.

Evasco issued the statement as Bongbong dominates presidential surveys against his closest rival, Vice President Leni’ Robredo. Bongbong is gunning for the presidency under the UniTeam banner with Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte as his vice president.

BONGBONG MARCOS LEAD IN SURVEYS A SHAM

Banayo said Moreno has clear and specific economic policies to address various issues plaguing the country.

 Compared to the son of the late ousted dictator, Moreno is not afraid to face his rivals nor the media to discuss his platform, he said in an interview aired over ANC’s “Headstart”.





PULSE ASIA: Sara remains top choice for President in 2022

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte still emerged as the top pick among the preferred presidential candidates in the 2022 elections, according to the latest pre-election survey conducted by private polling firm Pulse Asia.Pulse Asia’s Sept. 6 to 11 poll found that 20 percent of 2,400… Read More

Other preferred candidates were former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. (15 percent), Manila City Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso (13 percent), and Senator Emmanuel “Manny” Pacquiao (12 percent), Senator Grace Poe (9 percent), Vice President Maria Leonor Robredo (8 percent), Senator Panfilo Lacson (6 percent), and Taguig City-Pateros Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano (4 percent).

MANILA – Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte still emerged as the top pick among the preferred presidential candidates in the 2022 elections, according to the latest pre-election survey conducted by private polling firm Pulse Asia.Pulse Asia’s Sept. 6 to 11 poll found that 20 percent of 2,400… Read More

METROMANILA FOR ISKO MORENO VS. INDAY SARA IN PULSE ASIA 2022 FOR PRESIDENT SURVEY

Metro Manila voted Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte in third place with 16% in a survey for presidential preference in the 2022 elections with Manila Mayor Moreno as the top pick with 23%, and former Senator Bogbong Marcos netting 22%.

On the whole however, 28% of respondents in the Pulse Asia survey in June voted for Sara Duterte for president, 14% for Moreno and 13% for Marcos.

Duterte-Duterte dominates Pulse Asia poll

 July 13, 2021

MANILA – Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte and her father, President Rodrigo Duterte, emerged as top picks for the 2022 presidential and vice presidential derbies, respectively, according to the pre-election survey conducted by private polling firm Pulse Asia.Pulse Asia, in its June 7 to 16… Read More

Other potential presidential bets in the survey were:

  • Sen. Grace Poe, 10%
  • Sen. Manny Pacquiao, 8%
  • Vice President Leni Robredo, 6%
  • Sen. Panfilo “Ping” Lacson, 4%
  • Sen. Bong Go, 3%
  • Former Vice President Jejomar Binay, 2%
  • Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano (Taguig), 2%

The survey also showed 18% voted for her father President Rodrigo Duterte for vice president.

Moreno also came in second in the vice-presidential poll with 14%. Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III tied for fourth with former Sen. Marcos coming with each getting 10% of respondents’ hypothetical votes.

President Duterte was also the top pick among Mindanao respondents for president with 35%, while Sara Duterte got 62%.

INDAY SARA LEADS ANEW PULSE ASIA 2022 PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE SURVEY

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio is on top in terms of the people’s preference for the 2022 presidential elections, according to the latest survey by pollster Pulse Asia.

Also Read: INDAY SARA ALSO LED A PULSE ASIA SURVEY IN DECEMBER FOR PRESIDENT IN THE 2022 POLLS

Sara Duterte, Bongbong Marcos, Grace Poe lead Pulse Asia's 2022 presidential survey

Following the presidential daughter are ex-senator Bongbong Marcos, Senator Grace Poe and Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno.

In the February 22 to March 3, 2021 survey, Duterte-Carpio, 27 percent of respondents would vote for her if elections were held today.

Second placer Marcos got 13 percent, while Poe and Moreno both garnered 12 percent.

“If the May 2022 elections were held during the survey period (i.e., 22 February to 03 March 2021), Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte would be declared as the winner in the presidential race with a national voter preference of 27%,” Pulse Asia said in report on Thursday.

“Second place is shared by four (4) personalities who enjoy virtually the same levels of electoral support – former Senator Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. (13%), Senator Grace Poe (12%), Manila Mayor Francisco Domagoso (12%), and Senator Emmanuel Pacquiao (11%),” the pollster added.

Coming in at 6th spot is Vice President Leni Robredo (7%), trailed by Senator Bong Go (5%), former Vice President Jejomar Binay (3 %), Senator Panfilo Lacson (two percent), and former Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano (2%).




GOV’T TARGET: 70 million Filipinos inoculated within the year

100 percent of adult Filipinos are aware of Covid-19 vaccines developed in China.

There is also high public awareness of Covid-19 vaccines manufactured in the US (99 percent), Russia (97 percent), the United Kingdom or UK (96 percent), and India (93 percent), Pulse Asia said.

Majority of the respondents’ top vaccine choice is the Covid-19 jabs developed by Washington-based Pfizer.

PULSE ASIA: Most Pinoys aware of Covid-19 vaccine

 March 27, 2021

MANILA – Almost all Filipinos are aware of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccines developed in select countries, particularly those coming from China and the United States (US), according to the latest survey released by the private polling firm Pulse Asia.The Pulse Asia’s Feb…. Read More