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Isko surges in new RPDM survey

November 26, 2021 People's Journal 256 views

MANILA Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso surged in the latest survey by the RP-Mission and Development Foundation Inc. (RPMD).

While the RPMD survey indicated Marcos Jr.’s candidacy gaining momentum which showed him ranking 1st with 23.94%, Moreno anded in the 2nd spot with 21.75%.

The BBM-SARA Uniteam has consistently led in recent survey results ahead of the other contenders for the two top posts.

Marcos and his running-mate Davao City Mayor and vice-presidential aspirant Sara Duterte also posted wide margins in the other recent survey results.

The RPMD field work was conducted from November 16 to 24, with face-to-face interviews of 10,000 respondents taken from the 61,843,730 registered voters.

The respondents were interviewed based on the question “Who would you vote for President if the election will be held today?” with Undecided voters is at 2.56% only.

Marcos Jr. leads in portions of Luzon with 28.85% as against Moreno’s 22.70%.

Bongbong has a slight edge over Moreno in Mindanao with 19.27% as against 17.56% of the former basurero.

Senator Manny Pacquaio recovered his lead in the Visayas (20.52%) and in Mindanao (24.8%) which secured him the 3rd spot at 15.94% which is actually a tie with 4th placer Vice President Leni Robredo with 15.10 percent.

Senator Christopher “Bong” Go gained 14.25% placing him at the 5th. Whereas Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson hit 6th place with 6.35% and 7th contender Ernie Abella gathered 0.10% in the latest statistical survey.

The list of presidential and vice-presidential aspirants was based on the final list of candidates after the November 15, 2021 substitutions that saw Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte filing her certificate of candidacy (COC) for vice president under the Lakas-CMD party after her withdrawal as mayor.

Senator Bong Go also withdrew his COC for vice president and filed his COC for president under the Pederalismo ng Dugong Dakilang Samahan, the same political party of President Rodrigo Duterte who is running for senator.

Moreno welcomed the latest presidential survey by the RP-Mission and Development Foundation Inc.

“Salamat naman pero malayo pa. Tao muna ang pagtutuunan ko ng atensyon. Gusto ko munang makinig sa tao sa iba’t ibang bahagi ng Pilipinas. At the same time mairaos natin ‘yung tao, maitawid natin ‘yung tao. Kasi hirap ang mga tao ngayon,” Moreno said.

Moreno is seeking the highest position of the land with Dr. Willie Ong as his vice presidential candidate. They are running on a Bilis Kilos 10-Point Program of Governance that seeks to protect life, promote livelihood and create jobs.

In just two years since Moreno became Manila mayor in 2019, he cleaned up and brought order to the chaotic environs of Divisoria and Quiapo in a matter of days; built the 344-bed Manila Covid-19 Field Hospital at the Quirino Grandstand in less than two months; built four vertical housing projects for poor families and informal settlers; built modern public school buildings; distributed tablets and computers to public school teachers and students, and facilitated a continuous distribution of assistance to poor families at the height of the pandemic.