The Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) released the hourly number of votes for the different regions in the vice presidential race starting at 5 pm on Monday until 2 pm on Friday, accounting for at least 96% of the total vote transmission.
The data showed that administration bet Camarines Sur Representative Leni Robredo is indeed leading the tight race and got the most number of votes in 10 regions.
Senator Bongbong Marcos, who is asking to stop the partial and unofficial tally and whose supporters question where the votes for Robredo came, got the most number of votes in 7 regions and the overseas absentee voting that has already been 100% canvassed.
As of 7:00 am on Sunday (May 15), Robredo is leading by more than 216,000 votes.
She had 14,016,126 votes, while Marcos had 13,799,835 votes with 96.07 percent of precincts transmitting.
Based on the PPCRV data, Robredo got the most number of votes in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, and on Negros Island, Calabarzon, Mimaropa, Zamboanga Peninsula, Western and Central Visayas, Northern Mindanao and Caraga regions, and Bicol, despite having several vice presidential candidates from that region.
Marcos, on the other hand, got the most number of votes in the overseas absentee voting as well as in the National Capital Region, Cordillera Autonomous Region, Cagayan Valley, Central Luzon, Eastern Visayas, Soccsksargen regions, and his bailiwick, the Ilocos region.
According to Anna De Villa Singson, PPCRV spokesperson, the data that they released on Saturday (May 14) would help people understand the movement of the election results as the votes come in from different regions.
The PPCRV data showed that Marcos only lead the vice presidential race in the first few hours on Monday after the polling precincts closed, and was eventually overtaken by Robredo at 3 am on Tuesday.
Since then, Robredo has maintained a narrow lead over Marcos.