BBM expected to rake in 36M votes

BBM expected to rake in 36M votes


It looks like he has learned from his past mistake.


Survey after survey leading to the May national elections, presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos Jr. (BBM) and her tandem vice presidential aspirant Davao mayor Inday Sara Duterte, is always the leading the pack with numbers more than double the second placer.


In the recent Pulse Asia survey, numbers if converted to votes, BBM will garner

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36 million votes after he maintained his lead in the presidential race.


The Pulse Asia poll shows Marcos comfortably on top with a 56 percent voter preference.


A distant second was Vice President Maria Leonor "Leni" Robredo with 24 percent, with Manila Mayor Francisco "Isko Moreno" Domagoso ranking third with 8 percent.

Sen. Emmanuel "Manny" Pacquiao was at fourth with 6 percent, while fellow senator Panfilo "Ping" Lacson had 2 percent.

Pulse Asia Research Director Ana Tabunda said that if Marcos' 56 percent were converted into votes, it would be equivalent to about 36.5 million of the 65 million voting population.

Tabunda said it was the first time a presidential candidate has consistently maintained a 50-plus edge in voter preference surveys.

Marcos's 32 percent lead over Robredo translates into around 19.5 million votes, which is higher than the more than 16 million votes President Rodrigo Duterte obtained in the 2016 presidential election, she said.

Marcos' domination of the surveys is such that the 4-percent dip in the latest poll hardly makes a dent, Tabunda said.






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Report from The Manila Times


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