Inquirer.net : Marcos Jr. leads latest Pulse Asia survey for presidential race

13 February 2022

By John Eric Mendoza | Inquirer.net

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MANILA, Philippines — Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. leads the latest Pulse Asia survey for presidential race, with fellow candidate Vice President Leni Robredo at far second.

pulse asia marcos robredo survey january 2022

MANILA, Philippines — Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. leads the latest Pulse Asia survey for presidential race, with fellow candidate Vice President Leni Robredo at far second.ADVERTISEMENT

Pulse Asia, in a survey result conducted from January 19-24, said Marcos Jr. is the president of choice of 60 percent of respondents in the upcoming elections, while 16 percent of them prefers Robredo.

“With the support of 60% of the country’s registered voters who are likely to cast their ballot in May 2022, former Senator Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. would be elected as the next Philippine president if the elections took place during the survey period,” Pulse Asia said in a statement on Sunday.

Manila mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso and Senator Manny Pacquiao are tied at eight percent, while Senator Panfilo Lacson has four percent.

pulse asia marcos robredo survey january 2022

MANILA, Philippines — Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. leads the latest Pulse Asia survey for presidential race, with fellow candidate Vice President Leni Robredo at far second.ADVERTISEMENT

Pulse Asia, in a survey result conducted from January 19-24, said Marcos Jr. is the president of choice of 60 percent of respondents in the upcoming elections, while 16 percent of them prefers Robredo.

READ: Pulse Asia’s December survey: Marcos and Duterte-Carpio team is top choice

“With the support of 60% of the country’s registered voters who are likely to cast their ballot in May 2022, former Senator Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. would be elected as the next Philippine president if the elections took place during the survey period,” Pulse Asia said in a statement on Sunday.

Manila mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso and Senator Manny Pacquiao are tied at eight percent, while Senator Panfilo Lacson has four percent.UnmuteDuration 0:45/Current Time 0:04Advanced SettingsFullscreenPauseUp Next

Meanwhile, Mr. Faisal Mangondato has 0.3 percent, former Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella 0.05 percent, and labor leader Leody de Guzman at 0.02 percent.

Pulse Asia’s survey is based on a sample of 2,400 representative adults 18 years old and above, with a ± 2 percent margin of error at the 95 percent confidence level.