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Sara Duterte is Top Pick for President, Raffy Tulfo Among Senate Picks: Survey

One year before the 2022 elections.
Apr 23, 2021
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Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte is the number one choice for president in the 2022 elections if the vote was held today, Pulse Asia said. She is also among the frontrunners should she decide to run for senator, along with broadcaster Raffy Tulfo.

President Rodrigo Duterte's eldest daughter is the choice of one in every four respondents (27%) of 2,400 respondents in a Feb. 22 to March 3 survey. In the senatorial race, she is statistically tied at third to seventh place with Tulfo, who hosts a wildly popular TV and online show on swift justice for the masses.

Tulfo is just one of two persons with a statistical chance of winning as senator based on the Feb. 22 to March 3 poll. The other is "Wowowin" host Willie Revillame who came in at ninth to eleventh place, edging out incumbents Kiko Pangilinan and Sherwin Gatchalian, former senator Jinggoy Estrada, and former Vice President Jejomar Binay.

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Given the +/-2% error margin, it's a four-way tie after after Sara Duterte for president. She is followed by former senator Bongbong Marcos (13%), Sen. Grace Poe (12%), Manila Mayor Isko Moreno (12%) and Sen. Manny Pacquiao (10%). Vice President Leni Robredo got 7% followed by Sen. Bong Go with 5%.

For vice president, Moreno got the highest share (16%) but was statistically tied with Pacquiao (15%) and Sara Duterte (15%). Marcos and Senate President Tito Sotto both got 11%.

Here are the full survey results from Pulse Asia:

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