- Bongbong Marcos once again maintained his lead in the latest 2022 Presidential Elections survey
- The survey conducted by Pulse Asia showed the son and namesake of former President Ferdinand Marcos Sr. way ahead of his nearest rival, VP Leni Robredo
- The rating of BBM remained unchanged at 56%, while VP Leni’s is at 23%, lower by 1% when compared to previous surveys
- The 2022 presidential elections is scheduled for May 9, 2022, or only about a week from now
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Bongbong Marcos might be headed for a win in the 2022 Presidential Elections if surveys are to be believed.
In the latest Pulse Asia survey, the son and namesake of the late President Ferdinand Marcos Sr. maintained his huge lead over his rivals.
According to GMA News, BBM’s rating remained unchanged at 56%.
In a report by the Inquirer, the former senator and Ilocos Norte Governor scored huge in the 18 to 24-year-old age bracket.
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BBM gained an approval rating of 72% of the respondents in this age bracket.
His weakest area turned out to be at the age bracket of 65 years old and above, though he was still able to secure 47% of the respondents in this bracket.
BBM also won big in all social classes with 57% respondent approval in Classes A, B, and C; 56% in Class D, as well as 58% in Class D1 and 50% in Class D2. In Class E, BBM gained a percentage rating of 57%.
A report by the Tribune.net.ph revealed that VP Leni Robredo’s rating slid by one percent to rest at 23% in the latest survey.
Senator Manny Pacquiao’s numbers increased by one percent from 6% to 7% in the latest poll, while Manila Mayor Isko Moreno’s numbers dropped by 4 points from 8% to only 4% in the most recent survey. Sen. Ping Lacson’s numbers, on the other hand, remained unchanged at 2%.
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.
A week ago, the camp of former senator and presidential election frontrunner Bongbong Marcos issued a statement stating their reasons why they turned down the debate challenge of VP Leni Robredo. In a statement, the spokesman for BBM, Atty. Vic Rodriguez, claimed several reasons why such a debate would never happen. Atty. Rodriguez also claimed that Mrs. Robredo allegedly is aware what those reasons were. Earlier, VP Leni issued a debate challenge to BBM, adding that she’s ready to do it anytime and anywhere.
The camp of BBM might already be smelling victory which is why they refuse to take part in any debate. In their UniTeam Festival Rally in Cebu City last April 18, authorities estimated the crowd attendance at 300,000. Celebrities also graced the event, among them were Toni Gonzaga, Andrew3 E, DJ Loonyo, Bugoy Drilon, Daryl Ong, Mark Herras, Bayani Agbayani, Rodjun Cruz, and bands Aegis, Shamrock and Hale.