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Date: February 16, 2019
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Independent Grace Poe Keeps Top Spot On Election 2019 Senatorial Poll -Pulse Asia

ELECTION 2019 – Based on Pulse Asia election 2019 senatorial survey, Grace Poe remain on the top spot.

Mary Grace Poe-Llamanzares is a Filipina politician and businessman. She is the adopted daughter of Fernando Poe Jr. and Susan Roces.

She runs as an independent senatorial candidate for this coming general election on May 13, 2019.

Election 2019 Grace Poe
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Following a previous article, Grace Poe and Senator Cynthia Villar lead the senatorial race based on the Social Weather Station (SWS) survey.

The SWS is a social research institution that gathers opinion from the voting Filipinos.

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In a report, another pool firm also initiated a survey about the senatorial preference of the people in the Philippines.

They released the result of the election 2019 senatorial survey that was conducted last January 26 to 31. It can be seen that Grace Poe is still on the number one spot.

Grace Poe
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Based on a report from Philstar, Grace Poe has always been on the number one spot in the last 5 surveys by Pulse Asia. The pool firm said it’s due to her father Fernando Poe’s popularity in the country.

Poe garnered 100% of awareness ratings and 74.9% said they would vote for her this coming midterm election.

According to the report, second to Grace Poe is Sen. Cynthia Villar who obtained 60% probable voters while to the Taguig Representative Pia Cayetano with 53.3%.

The actor and former Senator Lito Lapid is also on the top list garnering 53%.

Election 2019
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Based on the report, reelectionist also entered the higher rank for the election 2019 senatorial preference. These candidates include Nancy Binay 50.1%, Sonny Angara 48.8%, and Koko Pimentel.

To complete the 12 senatorial positions, Bong Go 44.7%, Sen. Jinggoy Estrada 44.3%, Mar Roxas 41.8%, Imee Marcos 41.2% and Bong Revilla with 40.2%.

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