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BBM, SARA TOP CHOICE FOR PREZ, VP IN STATE U's SURVEY

Press Releases
12 November 2021

A recent survey conducted by a state university strengthened the pole position of Presidential aspirant Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos, Jr. and possible Vice Presidential aspirant Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte in the upcoming 2022 national elections.

Marcos and Duterte were the top picks for President and Vice President, respectively, among students of the Pangasinan State University (PSU) according to the 'Pulso ni PSU' survey results.

The survey was participated by 16,837 randomly selected respondents from various campuses of PSU located in Eastern, Western, and Central Pangasinan and conducted for three days beginning on November 4.

The sample size of the survey represents almost 56 percent of the total student population of PSU.

Marcos ranked first in the Presidential preference survey after garnering 64.96 percent or 10,938 of the total votes. Leni Robredo follows him with 9.41% or 1,585 votes, and Manila Mayor Isko Moreno with 3.44% or 580 votes.

According to the report analysis and interpretation, the PSU data "suggests" that Marcos would win the Presidency via "a landslide victory" if the elections were held during the survey period.

Other Presidential candidates included in the survey were Senators Manny Pacquiao, Ping Lacson, Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa, Grace Poe, together with Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte. All got less than one percent of the votes except Poe, who obtained 1.28 percent or 215 votes.  However, Sen. Poe had previously announced that she has no plans to run for President in 2022.

Marcos, who is advocating a unifying leadership style, is also admired for his humility amid moves to derail his candidacy.

Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte pulled away from the pack in the vice president survey with 31.03 percent or 5,224 votes.  Following her are Senators Grace Poe 10.50 percent or 1,768 votes, and Tito Sotto III with 9.25 percent or 1,558 votes.

Interestingly, the Vice Presidential survey data showed that 16.61 percent of the respondents have not yet decided who to vote for as Vice President among the names provided. In comparison, 12.56 percent said that their choice was not on the list in the survey.

These figures translate to 29.17 percent of the respondents without a clear candidate to vote for in the Vice Presidential race.

The survey also showed 83.5 percent or 14,060 of the respondents prefer to have a candidate with the following characteristics; Maka-kalikasan (Nature lover), Makabayan (Patriotic), Maka- Diyos (pro-God), Makatao (Humane), Matalino (Intelligent), and Mahusay (Capable).

The majority of the respondents, or 47.92 percent, want the government to prioritize addressing problems related to health and the Covid-19 pandemic. 

PSU was chartered through Presidential Decree No. 1497 on June 11, 1978, and became operational on July 1, 1979.

It has campuses in Alaminos City, Asingan, Bayambang, Binmaley, Infanta, Lingayen, San Carlos City, Santa Maria and Urdaneta City.

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FILIPINO VERSION

BONGBONG, SARA, 'BEST BET' NG MGA ESTUDYANTE SA 2022 ELECTIONS

Pinatunayan ng survey ng isang state university ang pangunguna nila Presidential aspirant Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos, Jr. at posibleng Vice Presidential aspirant Davao City mayor Inday Sara Duterte sa darating na 2022 national elections.

Si Marcos at Duterte ang pangunahing ibinoto ng mga estudyante sa pagka-Presidente at Bise Presidente sa isinagawang 'Pulso ni PSU' survey ng Pangasinan State University kamakailan.

Umabot sa 16,837 ang naging respondents ng nasabing survey na nagmula sa iba't-ibang campuses ng PSU sa Easter, Wester, at Central Pangasinan.  Isinagawa ang survey sa loob ng tatlong araw at nagsimula ito noong November 4.

Ang sample size ng survey ay kumakatawan sa halos 56 porsiyento ng kabuuang bilang ng mga estudyante sa PSU.

Nanguna si Marcos sa Presidential preference survey matapos na makuha ang 64.96 porsiyento o 10,938 ng kabuuang boto.  Sumunod si Leni Robredo na may 9.41 porsiyento o 1,585 na boto, at sinundan ni Manila Mayor Isko Moreno na nakakuha naman ng 3.44 porsiyento o 580 na boto.

Ayon pa sa pag-analisa ng PSU, pinakita ng datos na landslide ang magiging panalo ni Marcos kung isinagawa ang halalan sa panahon ng survey.

Ang iba pang mga Presidential aspirants na kasama sa survey ay ang mga senador na sina Manny Pacquiao, Ping Lacson, Ronald "Babto" Dela Rosa, Grace Poe, at kasama rin si Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte. 

Karamihan sa kanila ay mas mababa sa isang porsiyento ang nakuhang boto maliban kay Poe na nakakuha ng 1.28 porsiyento o 215 na boto.  Matatandaan na inanunsiyo na ni Poe na wala siyang planong tumakbo bilang Presidente sa 2022.

Patuloy na hinahangaan si Marcos dahil na rin sa isinusulong niyang mapagkaisang uri ng pamumuno at nananatiling mapagkumbaba sa gitna ng mga pagkilos upang hadlangan ang kanyang kandidatura.

Nakita rin sa Vice Presidential survey na malaki ang kalamangan ni Mayor Inday Sara Duterte sa kanyang mga katunggali matapos na makakuha ng 31.03 porsiyento o 5,224 na boto.  Sumunod sa kanya ang mga senador na sina Grace Poe na nakakuha ng 10.50 percent o 1,768 na boto, at Tito Sotto III na may 9.25 porsiyento o 1,558 na boto.

Ayon rin sa datos ng Vice Presidential survey, 16.61 porsiyento ng mga respondents ay hindi pa nakakapili sa listahan ng pangalan na ipinakita sa survey.  Habang 12.56 porsiyento naman ang nagsabing wala sa listahan ang kanilang pinili.

Pinapakita lamang nito na 29.17 porsiyento ng mga sinurvey ay wala pang napipisil na ibobotong Vice President sa darating na halalan.

Ayon pa sa datos, 83.5 porsiyento o 14,060 ng mga respondents ang nagsabing gusto nilang makita sa isang kakandidato ang mga sumusunod na katangian;  Maka-kalikasan, Makabayan, Maka- Diyos, Makatao, Matalino, at Mahusay.

47.92 porsiyento rin ng  mga sinurvey ang nagsabing gusto nilang gawing prayoridad ng pamahalaan ang pagresolba sa mga isyung may kinalaman sa kalusugan at pandemyang Covid19.

Ang PSU ay naisakatuparan sa pamamagitan ng Presidential Decree No. 1497 noong June 11, 1978 at nagsimulang mag-operate noong July 1, 1979.

Ang mga campus nito ay matatagpuan sa Alaminos City, Asingan, Bayambang, Binmaley, Infanta, Lingayen, San Carlos City, Santa Maria at Urdaneta City sa Pangasinan.

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