BBM remains No. 1 with 55% in OCTA Research Survey; Robredo 15%, Isko 11%, Pacquiao 10%, Ping 3%

28 February 2022

Nearly a month after the campaign officially kicked off, presidential candidate Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. remains at the top of all nationwide surveys by all polling firms as Filipinos remain to choose him as their next president in the coming elections.

Based on the latest OCTA Research Tugon ng Masa released on Sunday, Marcos got 55% preference votes from the 1,200 respondents who participated in the survey.

OCTA said of the total respondents, 97.5% were registered voters who are likely to vote in the May elections.

Meanwhile, Leni Robredo is still behind with 15%, Isko Moreno with 11%, Manny Pacquiao with 10%, and Ping Lacson with 3%.

The number of undecided increased by 6% compared to 5% during the previous survey.

Marcos also maintains his lead in the National Capital Region (NCR) with 46%, 56% in Balance Luzon, and 47% in the Visayas.

In Mindanao, the Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP) standard-bearer gained high ratings with 65% compared to Robredo’s four percent.

The survey was conducted from February 12 to 17, a few days after the Commission on Elections (Comelec) released its decision allowing Marcos to run for president.

The same timeline also falls during his excellent performance at the ‘Bakit Ikaw? The DZRH Presidential Job Interview’ and ‘The 2022 Presidential One-on-One Interviews with Boy Abunda’.

Recently, the latest nationwide Pulso ng Pilipino survey conducted by the Issues and Advocacy Center (The Center) showed that Marcos’ survey trajectory is still going up after he got 53% preference votes.

The Kalye Survey conducted from October 2021 to January 31, 2022 also showed that Marcos is the unanimous choice of Filipinos all over the world, with a preference rate of 84.77 percent.

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FILIPINO VERSION

BBM 55%, No.1 pa rin sa OCTA Research Survey; Robredo 15%, Isko 11%, Pacquiao 10%, Ping 3%

PATULOY ang pangunguna at nananatiling si presidential candidate Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos ang nais ng mga Pilipinong ihalal bilang susunod na pangulo sa darating na eleksyon sa Mayo 9, base na rin sa mga lumalabas na resulta ng ibat-ibang  mga nationwide survey.

Ayon sa pinakabagong OCTA Research Tugon ng Masa survey na inilabas nitong Linggo, nakakuha si Marcos ng 55% preference votes mula sa 1,200 respondents na sumali sa survey.

Sa datos ng OCTA, sa kabuuang respondents ng kanilang survey, 97.5% ay registered voters na maaring bumoto sa darating na eleksiyon.

Samantala, nananatiling nasa malayong pangalawa si Leni Robredo na may 15%, si Isko Moreno ay may 11%, Manny Pacquiao na may 10%, at Ping Lacson na nakakuha lamang ng 3%.

Ang bilang ng undecided ay tumaas ng 6% kumpara sa 5% sa nauna nilang survey.

Napanatili ni Marcos ang pangunguna sa National Capital Region (NCR) kung saan nakakuha siya ng 46%, 56% naman sa Balance Luzon, at 47% sa Visayas.

Sa Mindanao, nakakuha naman ng high ratings ang standard-bearer ng Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP) na 65% kumpara sa apat na porsyento ni Robredo.

Ang naturang survey na may 1,200 respondents ay isinagawa nitong February 12 hanggang 17, ilang araw matapos lumabas ang desisyon ng Commission on Elections (Comelec) sa mga sinampang disqualification cases laban kay Marcos.

Sa parehong panahon din naganap ang ‘Bakit Ikaw? the DZRH Presidential Job Interview’ at ‘The 2022 Presidential One-on-One Interviews with Boy Abunda’ kung saan mas lalong humanga ang kanyang mga taga-suporta dahil sa ipinakita niyang galing.

Kamakailan ay naglabas din ng resulta ang Pulso ng Pilipino survey na isinagawa ng Issues and Advocacy Center (The Center) kung saan ipinapakita na patuloy pa rin sa pagtaas ang survey trajectory ni Marcos matapos siyang makakuha ng 53% preference vote.

Ang pinakabagong Kalye Survey din na nilabas ilang linggo bago ang sa The Center at OCTA ay ipinapakitang si Marcos ang “unanimous choice” kahit ng mga Pilipino na nasa ibang panig ng mundo dahil sa preference rate na 84.77 percent na nakuha niya.

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