- Bongbong Marcos maintains his huge lead in the latest Pulse Asia survey conducted in February
- It showed that BBM scored a whopping 60% while VP Leni Robredo garnered 15%
- She was followed by Manila Mayor Isko Moreno at 10%, and Sen. Manny Pacquiao landed fourth with 8 percent of the votes
- The poll, as per GMA News was conducted with 2,400 respondents, between Feb. 18 to 23
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Bongbong Marcos may be in a winning streak, based on the latest Pulse Asia poll conducted between Feb. 18 to 23, with 2,400 respondents, 18 years old and above.
GMA News reported that 60% of the respondents favored BBM, an indication that he has maintained his huge lead.
The candidate who got the second highest number was VP Leni Robredo. She got 15 percent of the respondents.
The next one is Manila Mayor Isko Moreno at 10%, whose numbers were not far from Robredo's.
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Sen. Manny Pacquiao came fourth with eight percent and the one who was trailing behind was Sen. Panfilo Lacson with only two percent.
The Pulse Asia poll utilized face-to-face interviews on 2,400 respondents. It also has a plus-minus 2 percent error margin. The confidence level on the survey is at 95%.
As far as the vice presidential race is concerned, the same survey showed that Sara Duterte was leading, with 53% and Sen. Tito Sotto comes second at 24%.
Manila Times reported that the satisfaction rating of VP Leni has gone down, based on an SWS survey.
Amid the result surveys, a recent development in Bulacan also made headlines. Inquirer reported that Gov. Daniel Fernando formally endorsed Bongbong Marcos' rival VP Leni Robredo.
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, also popularly known as BBM, is a Pinoy politician famous for being the only son of the late President Ferdinand Edralin Marcos. He served as Ilocos governor from 1998 to 2007 and then as congressman after stepping down as governor.
Bongbong Marcos was interviewed today by famous television host Korina Sanchez. Korina also cooked some Filipino dishes with the presidential candidate. They cooked the classic Filipino dish pinakbet and bagnet aside from having an interview. In her Instagram post, Korina also shared some of the questions she asked Bongbong.
Toni Gonzaga took to her IG Stories and posted a photo of her and BBM. The photo shows both of them on the stage of the recently held BBM rally. She captioned the photo with, "You're welcome my President." The ex-PBB host posted this amid the criticisms she received for endorsing Rep. Marcoleta.