Vice Presidential candidate Leni Robredo obtained the highest score in the Bilang Pilipino April 13 and 14 SWS Mobile Survey Report. The vice presidential aspirants obtained the following scores: Robredo 30%, Marcos 27%, Escudero 25%, Cayetano 13%, Trillanes 3% and Honasan 1%.
Changes in the Vice-Presidential preferences following the first Vice-Presidential Debate from the March 31 mobile survey was tracked in the April 14 mobile survey.
Interaksyon.com reports that in the April 14, 2016 Bilang Pilipino SWS Mobile Survey, 648 or 54% responded: 183 in Metro Manila, 149 in Balance Luzon, 169 in Visayas and 147 in Mindanao. This gives sampling error margins of ±4% for national percentages, ±7% in Metro Manila, and ±8% in Balance Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
A nationally representative sample of 1,200 validated voters, 300 each in Metro Manila, Balance of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao was used in the Bilang Pilipino SWS Mobile Survey. Standard SWS sampling procedures was used to draw the sample.
The exact questions of the April 14 survey are:
A. "If elections were held today, whom would you most probably vote for as VICEPRESIDENT of the PHILIPPINES? (CHOOSE ONE) [Kung ang eleksyon ay gaganapin ngayon, sino ang pinakamalamang ninyong iboboto bilang BISE-PRESIDENTE ng PILIPINAS? (PUMILI NG ISA)] (CAYETANO, ALAN PETER (IND), ESCUDERO, CHIZ (IND), HONASAN, GRINGO (UNA), MARCOS, BONGBONG (IND), ROBREDO, LENI DAANG MATUWID (LP), TRILLANES, ANTONIO IV (IND), Don't know)
B.What is the possibility that you will change your mind regarding whom you will vote for as VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES in the coming elections? (Definitely will not change their minds, Probably have decided already, Can still easily change their minds, Don't know) [Ano po ang posibilidad na magbago pa ang isip ninyo kung sino ang kandidatong iboboto ninyo bilang BISE-PRESIDENTE NG PILIPINAS sa darating na halalan? (Talagang hindi na magpapalit ng isip, Malamang na nakapagdesisyon na, Madali pang magpalit ng isip, Hindi alam)]
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