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    LIVE DATA: Robredo leads Marcos in Google Search Trends

    MANILA, Philippines – Vice President Leni Robredo was the most-searched candidate in the 2022 Philippine presidential elections, according to Google’s newly-launched search trends.

    Vice President Leni Robredo and former senator Bongbong Marcos.
    Vice President Leni Robredo and former senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos.

    The Google's Philippine election page, which was launched on March 9, will serve as tool for journalists and the media to find top queries, topics and most-searched presidential and vice presidential candidates running in the elections.

    The search engine company clarified that Google Trends is not a substitute for polling data or survey.

    "It merely reflects people’s search interest about particular topics at a local level over a period of time. A spike in a particular search query does not reflect that a candidate is somehow “popular” or “winning”," Google said.

    As of March 11, Robredo topped Google Search with 46%, followed by another presidential candidate and former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos with 26%.

    Senator Manny Pacquiao and Manila Mayor Isko Moreno account for 12% and 11% of the search queries, respectively, followed by Senator Panfilo Lacson with 5%.

    Google Trends Philippine Elections page
    Screenshot from Google Trends Philippine Elections page.

    For the vice-presidential race, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio owned the top spot with 47%. Robredo's running-mate Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan ranked second with 29%.

    Senate President Vicente Sotto III ranked third at 14%, followed by former lawmaker Walden Bello with 7%, and former Manila Mayor Lito Atienza with 3%.

    LIVE DATA: Search interest in top searched presidential candidates


    LIVE DATA: Search interest in top searched vice-presidential candidates here.

    The page also includes data on the top policy issues searched in each part of the country, such as education, economy, tourism, agriculture, and poverty, among others.

    — The Summit Express

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