• Marcos tops Caloocan university mock voting


    Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has dominated another mock poll, this time sweeping all surveys at the five campuses of the University of Caloocan City (UCC).

    Marcos surfaced as the runaway winner, garnering 40.15 percent. His closest rival, Sen. Francis “Chiz” Escudero, was in second place, getting 31.02 percent.

    Senator Alan Cayetano got 9.97 percent; Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo, 9.74 percent; Sen. Antonio Trillanes, 4.19 percent; and Sen. Gregorio Honasan, 1.46 percent.

    In the presidential survey, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte topped the same poll with 44.98 percent, Sen. Grace Poe (19.3 percent), Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago (17.6 percent), Vice President Jejomar Binay (12.54 percent) and administration bet Manuel Roxas 2nd (4.09 percent).

    UCC has 18,192 students across its five campuses.

    Marcos also topped a mock poll conducted by Arellano University among 1,500 respondents in all its six campuses.

    He obtained 45.75 percent while Cayetano got 18.76 percent.

    They were followed by Escudero at 16.58 percent, Robredo at 11.45 percent, Trillanes at 3.92 percent, Honasan at 1.73 percent and the undecided at 1.871 percent.

    Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte topped the presidential survey with 51.85 percent followed by Santiago (18.39 percent), Poe (12.81 percent), Binay (8.59 percent), Roxas (3.77 percent) and undecided (4.6 percent).

    Marcos also recently emerged No. 1 in another mock poll conducted by Adamson University in Manila, receiving 46.35 percent.

    Marcos’ running mate Santiago was also on top, posting 64.06 percent of the votes out of 1, 524 respondents.

    He said it would appear that Santiago’s popularity with the youth sector has an effect on him, explaining his strong showing in mock polls in universities.

    “Truly, young students like Senator Santiago. And I am happy because they too support me,” the Ilocano lawmaker noted.



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    1. Just praying that the goverment won’t manipulate the election. Right now as if they are conditio ing the people in terms of survey that BBM is not going to win. And also there are movements blocking his winning. Ido trust and believe thT there will be changes i government once he is elected.

    2. Parang sinampal sa mukha si pnoy pag nanalo si Bongbong sa election, haha, lagi niya sinasabi sa mga speeches niya ang kasamaan ng martial law para hindi iboto si Bongbong, pero wala siyang sinasabi tungkol sa mga masamang nangyari nung panahon ng nanay niya, at sa panahon niya, siya ang utak sa pagkamatay ng SAF44.

    3. The truly leader of our nation will be Merriam Defensor Santiago for President and
      Bong Bong Marcos Jr. for Vice President. They are the right person in this sensitive position for our government seats.. GOD BLESS PHILIPPINES FOR THE NEW LEADERS WHO WILL MAKE OUR NATION GREAT AGAIN..