Sen. Grace Poe gets 39%, leads anew in Pulse Asia survey

MANILA, Philippines – Senator Grace Poe once again led the latest Pulse Asia survey for the most preferred presidential candidate in the May 2016 elections.

Sen. Grace Poe leads the latest survey from Pulse Asia.
Sen. Grace Poe leads the latest survey from Pulse Asia.
In the commissioned survey, Poe scored a high 39 percent up by 13 points from 26 percent in September. On Tuesday, Poe rejoiced after the Senate Electoral Tribunal (SET) dumped the disqualification case filed against her. (Read: Sen. Grace Poe jubilates on her victory over disqualification case).

United Nationalist Alliance standard-bearer Vice President Jejomar Binay came in second place with 24 percent or up by 5 points from previous result.

Liberal Party's Mar Roxas is in third place having 21 percent or up by 1 point.

Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago got 11 percent or eight-point improvement from three percent previously.

Meanwhile, Poe's running-mate Sen. Francis Escudero took the lead for the vice presidential race with whopping 43 percent.

Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. got 21 percent to secure second place, while Sen. Alan Cayetano received 11 percent. LP's Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo only gained 7 percent.

The survey was conducted on October 18 to 29 among 3,400 respondents nationwide. It was the first published survey after the candidates filed their certificates of candidacy last Oct. 12 to 16.

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