Philippine Presidential Poll: Marcos headed for Landslide win according to Google data

Philippine Presidential Poll: Marcos headed for Landslide win according to Google data
Philippine Presidential Poll Average: Marcos 57%, Robredo 22%, Moreno 6%, Pacquiao 4%

Social Media Net Sentiment: Robredo +17.3%, Marcos +0.2%

Prediction: Win for Bongbong Marcos

Google Search on Election Day

MarcosRobredoMorenoPacquiao
Google Search Share53%38%5%5%
These may not match the vote share

Philippine presidential race: The 2022 Philippine elections (Part 2)

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Philippine Presidential Poll: What does the Latest Opinion Poll Say?

The following polls have been conducted after the 2nd COMELEC presidential debate. Marcos from PFP is ahead in all the polls and is well placed to become the next President of the Philippines. Before the country goes for the poll, the third COMELEC Presidential debate is scheduled for April 24th.

Robredo who is trailing second is unlikely to win more than 30% of the votes given that her approval rating is only 32%

DatePollsterMarcos
PFP
Moreno
Aksyon
Pacquiao
PROMDI
Robredo
Ind.
May 5thAverage of Polls576422
May 5thPublicus Asia548222
April 25thOCTA588525
April 20thPublicus Asia576221
April 19thPulse Asia564723
April 17thLaylo645521
MarchAverage of Polls in March 20225410522

Philippine Presidential Poll: Net Sentiments

MarcosRobredoPacquiaoRobredo
May 9th+0.2%
(64k)
+17.3%
(116k)
+9.8%
(2k)
+5.4%
(4k)

Election 2022 Philippines news

  1. Philippines election: Marcos family eye return to power as country votes
  2. Marcos Jr. poised to win as millions begin voting in the Philippine presidential polls
  3. Robredo casts vote in Magarao, Camarines Sur after nearly 2 hours in queue
  4. Philippines election 2022: three guards killed as violence mars voting for new president
  5. Lacson casts vote in hometown Imus in Cavite
  6. Isko Moreno casts vote in Tondo
  7. Nearly 2,000 VCMs encounter issues on election day
  8. Peso Is Poised for Deeper Drop as Marcos Jr. Eyes Presidency

Philippine Presidential Poll: Latest Tweets

Leni Robredo on Twitter: “In true #UPFight spirit, we rise to the moment when it matters most. Congratulations to the UP Men’s Basketball Team for this win! And props to Ateneo for an exciting match. Well wishes to both teams. Excited na kami sa susunod na laban! https://t.co/s2g3c1g1Kt / Twitter”

In true #UPFight spirit, we rise to the moment when it matters most. Congratulations to the UP Men’s Basketball Team for this win! And props to Ateneo for an exciting match. Well wishes to both teams. Excited na kami sa susunod na laban! https://t.co/s2g3c1g1Kt

Philippine Presidential Poll: Latest Videos

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Presidential candidates 2022 and their platforms

Bongbong Marcos’s Platform
Isko Moreno’s Platform
Manny Pacquiao’s Platform
Leni Robredo’s Platform

Halalang pampanguluhan sa Pilipinas, 2022: What Happened in Last Election?

The last Philippine Presidential election was held in the year 2016. The election was held on May 9, 2016, along with the vice-presidential election. It must be noted that in the Philippines both Presidential and vice-presidential elections are held separately. The President and the vice-president can be from different parties after the election.

The 2016 Presidential election was to elect the 16th President of the Philippines. The incumbent President Benigno Aquino III was ineligible for re-election. A total of five candidates were in the fray for the Presidential office. After the election, Rodrigo Duterte from PDP–Laban got the most votes. He received 39.01% of the total votes polled.

Rodrigo Duterte was declared the winner of the election in late May and he took over the Presidential office on May 30th, 2016.

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Subhash, Founder of Crowdwisdom360 is an MBA and a Trained Financial Advisor with an extensive background in Forecasting in Financial Services and Politics. He has appeared many times on National TV and has written for a variety of magazines on Wealth Management and Election Strategy.