UP Professor : All Black Propaganda against Duterte backfired, at Opposition

UP Professor : All Black Propaganda against Duterte backfired, at Opposition

All the black propaganda backfired, and the damage was so detrimental to the opposition that no one from their senatorial slate was able to secure a seat in the next Senate.
A complete shut out of the opposition made soon to be re-elected senator Sonny Angara to comment that it was a “Duterte Avalanche.”

Prof. Ramon Casiple, executive director of Institute for Political and Electoral Reforms, in an interview with the Philippine News Agency, echoes the same conclusion.

Political analyst and UP Professor  Ramon Casiple and President Rodrigo Roa Duterte (photo credit to owner)

"Mayroon silang fundamental na mistake sa strategy. Unang-una, midterm election 'yan, ang presidente hindi tumatakbo pero malaki ang impluwensya niya (They have a fundamental mistake in their strategy. Firstly, this is the midterm elections, the president is not running but his influence is great)," Casiple said.
The opposition strategy backfired, they cannot besmirch the reputation of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte who happens to have a record high satisfaction rating and support from the masses as backed by the recent surveys released.

"The President is popular. Tinarget nila ang Presidente, hindi naman tumatakbo 'yon. Nakalimutan ng Otso Diretsona ang kalaban nila, nandoon sa field, nangangampanya, nagpapaganda ng imahe, etc. (They targeted the president who is not even running for a position. Otso Diretso was not able to fully pay attention to its rivals who are in the field campaigning, etc.)," he added.

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