BBM unbeatable with 58% in OCTA Research April 22-25 final survey; maintains 33% lead against closest rival

5 May 2022

AT least three days before the May 9, 2022 national polls, presidential frontrunner Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr., has cemented his huge lead against his rivals after scoring a blistering 58 percent voter preference in the last and final survey of OCTA Research conducted last April 22-25.

Marcos, who is number 7 in the Comelec official ballot, even increased his voter preference by one percent as compared to his previous 57 percent last April 2-6.

Based on the survey with 2, 400 respondents, Marcos maintained his huge lead of 33 percentage voter preference against his closest rival, Leni Robredo who only scored 25 percent voter preference.

At the distant third place is Isko Moreno with eight percent voter preference, followed by Manny Pacquiao with five percent, and Ping Lacson, who only scored two percent.

Marcos also maintained his colossal lead in all areas in the country during the same survey. He scored 46 percent in NCR; 59 percent in Balance Luzon; 62 percent in Visayas; and 56 percent in Mindanao.

The Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP) standard bearer, also topped in all socio-economic class. In Class ABC, he scored 53 percent; 60 percent in Class D; and 54 percent in Class E.

To recall, Marcos also earlier scored 57 percent voter preference in the OCTA Research survey conducted last April 2-6.

Robredo as usual is lagging far behind with 22 percent, Isko Moreno with nine percent, Manny Pacquiao, seven percent; and Ping Lacson, four percent.

Last May 2, Marcos scored 56 percent in the last and final survey of Pulse Asia conducted with 2, 400 respondents in April 16- 21.

Marcos also got 56 percent voter preference in the March survey of Pulse Asia and stayed the huge leader in the presidential derby with 33 percentage lead against Robredo who only scored 23 percent, a drop of one percent compared to her 24 percent voter preference last March.

Manny Pacquiao is in distant third with seven percent, while Isko Moreno, dropped to number four position with four percent, and Ping Lacson in fifth with two percent.

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FILIPINO VERSION

BBM, 58% UNBEATABLE SA ABRIL 22-25 FINAL SURVEY NG OCTA RESEARCH; NAPANATILI ANG 33% LAMANG SA KALABAN

TATLONG araw bago ang halalan sa Mayo 9, lalong nasigurado ang panalo ni presidential frontrunner Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr., matapos itong magtala ng 58 porsyentong voter preference sa pinal na survey ng OCTA Research na isinagawa nitong Abril 22-25.

Si Marcos na number 7 sa opisyal na balota ng Comelec, ay tumaas pa ang numero ng isang porsyento kumpara sa kanyang 57 porsyento sa survey ng OCTA Research nitong Abril 2-6.

Base sa survey na isinagawa sa 2, 400 respondents sa buong bansa, napanatili ni Marcos ang kanyang malaking lamang na 33 porsyento sa kanyang pinakamalapit na katunggali na si Leni Robredo na nakakuha lamang ng 25 porsyentong voter preference.

Nasa malayong pangatlong pwesto naman si Isko Moreno na umiskor ng walong porsyento, sinundan ni Manny Pacqauiao na may limang porsyento at nasa ika-limang pwesto pa rin si Ping Lacson na nakakuha ng dalawang porsyento.

Napanatili rin ni Marcos ang kanyang malaking lamang sa lahat ng lugar sa bansa matapos itong magtala ng 46 porsyento sa NCR; 59 porsyento sa Balance Luzon; 62 porsyento sa Visayas; at 56 porsyento sa Mindanao.

Si Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP) standard bearer rin ang nanguna sa lahat ng socio economic class na nakakuha ng 53 porsyento sa Class ABC; 60 porsyento sa Class D; at 54 porsyento sa Class E.

Matatandaan na si Marcos ay nauna ng nakakuha ng 57 porsyentong voter preference sa survey ng OCTA Research nitong Abril 2 hanggang 6.

Katulad ng inaasahan, nasa malayong pangalawa rin si Robredo na may 22 porsyento , Isko Moreno, siyam na porsyento, Manny Pacquiao, pitong porsyento; at Ping Lacson, apat na porsyento.

Nito ring Mayo 2, namayagpag din si Marcos matapos makakuha ng 56 porsyento sa pinal na survey ng Pulse Asia na Isinagawa sa 2, 400 respondents nitong Abril 16-21.

Nakakuha rin ng 56 porsyentong voter preference si Marcos sa March survey ng Pulse Asia at nanatili ring nangunguna na may 33 porsyentong kalamangan kay Robredo na umiskor lamang ng 23 porsyento, mas bumaba pa ito ng isang porsyento kumpara sa kanyang 24 porsyento nitong Marso.

Nasa malayong pangatlo naman si Pacquiao na may pitong porsyento, habang ika-apat si Moreno, na mayroong apat na porsyento, at Lacson sa ika-limang pwesto na may dalawang porsyento.

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