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Villar statistically tied with Noynoy in new SWS survey

Posted by akosistella on March 9, 2010

Presidential aspirants Senators Benigno Simeon “Noynoy” Aquino III and Manuel Villar Jr. continued to engage in a neck and neck race, with the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) poll showing the two to be statistically tied two months before the May 10 elections.

The SWS survey, commissioned by BusinessWorld newspaper, showed that while Aquino remains the top pick among presidential aspirants, Villar appeared to be catching up.

It said that while both Aquino and Villar lost ground, the cost was “more substantial” for Aquino, whose overall score was cut by six points to 36 percent.

Click GMANews.TV.

ALSO READ:

Bong, Jinggoy, Miriam top Senate race: survey

MANILA, Philippines – If the May 10 senatorial elections were held today, re-electionist senators Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr., Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada and Miriam Defensor-Santiago would top the race, results of the latest Pulse Asia survey revealed Wednesday.

The survey, conducted last February 21-25, showed Revilla getting 53.6% of votes, which translates to a statistical ranking of 1st to 3rd place. He is in a statistical tie with Estrada, who got 52.6% of the votes in the survey.

Defensor-Santiago could also top the Senate race with 49.4%, which places her at ranks 1st to 5th.

Click Pulse Asia survey

AND: Bong, Pia, Jinggoy top January SWS survey

PULSE ASIA SURVEY HERE

BUSINESSWORLD/SWS SURVEY HERE

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