Poe leads survey

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As if to second the results of Pulse Asia mid-February results- the latest March 4-7 Asia poll survey nationwide confirmed senator Grace Poe’s No 1 position at 27%.

This was even  before the March 8 event wherein the Supreme Court upheld the right of Senator Grace to run for the presidency on both counts of citizenship and residency.

Significantly, this 27% is a + 3% surge from the February results of 24% for senator Poe. Overtaken from the lead and dropping to second with a decrease of 5% points was VP Jojo Binay who slid from 29% to 24%.

Hanging on Binay’s coattail  is former DILK head Mar Roxas who climbed by 4% from 18% to 22% even as Mayor Rod Duterte dropped to 4th at 21% -coming down from 24%.

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March 4-7                            Feb 5-7

POE                              27%                                 24%

BINAY                           24%                                29%

ROXAS                          22%                                18%

DUTERTE                     21%                                 24%

 

Meantime LP’s Rep Leni Robredo displayed the highest gains for the vice presidential race by moving from 19% to  February to 24% in March, threatening Bongbong Marcos at second for 24%. Topping the lead for VP is Grace Poe’s running mate senator Chiz Escudero who climbed  2 points form 26% to 28%. At No 4 is senator Alan Cayetano at 11%. Numbers of senators Antonio Trillanes and Gringo Honasan were no  longer included.

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March 4-7                               Feb 5-7

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ESCUDERO                  28%                                26%

MARCOS                      26%                                26%

ROBREDO                    24%                                19%

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CAYETANO                  11%                                 16%

 

Pulse Asia will likely release its next survey on the third week of March-after senator Poe was allowed by the Supreme  Court to vie for the presidency.

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