Despite all the controversies their family is recently facing, Vice President Jejomar Binay maintained his post as the most preferred candidate for the 2016 presidential election, according to the latest Pulse Asia’s electoral survey.
Binay tops the March 2015 survey with 29 percent compared from the 26 percent last November 2014.
Nevertheless, Sen. Grace Poe managed to rate in second with 14 percent; while former President and now Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte shares the third spot with 12 percent each.
Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago obtained nine percent, followed by Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. with six percent.
In addition, Interior and Local Government Sec. Manuel Roxas II and Sen. Francis Escudero received four points each from seven percent and six percent in November 2014, respectively.
Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano got three points, while Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV obtained two points.
Former senators Panfilo Lacson and Richard Gordon received one percent each.
The Pulse Asia’s latest electoral survey was conducted from March 1 to 7, using face-to-face interviews of 1,200 Filipino adults. (with DZRH Eva Ajero)