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Duterte remains on top in latest pulse asia survey

A jeepney drives past an election poster of Philippine presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte in Davao city, Philippines April 22, 2016. REUTERS/Martin Petty
(FILE PHOTO)  A jeepney drives past an election poster of Philippine presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte in Davao city, Philippines April 22, 2016. REUTERS/Martin Petty

In the latest Pulse Asia survey, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte still holds the top spot.

In the said “Pulso ng Bayan” survey held last April 16-20, Duterte got 35 percent of the total respondents.

He was followed by Senator Grace Poe with 23 percent, and appearing in third place is Liberal party Mar Roxas with 17 percent.  Vice President Jejomar Binay felt short by a percent, settled at fourth spot with 16 percent.  Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago came in last with two percent.

Based on the survey of Pulse Asia, Duterte is favored by the voters in all social classes, from class A, B, C to D and E classes.

Meanwhile, Senator Bongbong Marcos continues to swipe the Vice Presidential survey.

Based on the said survey, Marcos received 29 percent followed by Congresswoman Leni Robredo with 24 percent.

Senator Francis Escudero is at third spot with 18 percent, Senator Alan Peter Cayetano with 16 percent, and tying in at last place are Senators Gringo Honasan (4 percent) and Antonio Trillanes IV (3 percent).

The latest Pulse Asia survey has 1,800 respondents with a margin of error of +/- 2.3 percent.

 

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