Pulse Asia Yet To Release March Survey
PULSE ASIA – The public opinion polling body in the Philippines denied releasing the results of Presidential Election survey conducted in March.
In less than two (2) months, local and national elections are set to be held in the Philippines. The national poll includes the election for the next president and there are 10 candidates vying for the highest position in the government.
The Commission on Election (Comelec) is now in the process of checking the printed ballots. The poll body assured that defective ballots will be separated and won’t be used during the election. The election will be an automated poll using the Smartmatic machines.
Prior to the election day and even before the filing of candidacy for the upcoming poll took place, there are already several surveys conducted. One of the opinion polling bodies that committed to conducting surveys until April is Pulse Asia.
In the latest results of the survey conducted in February by Pulse Asia, Partido Federal ng Pilipinas standard-bearer and former Sen. Bongbong Marcos leads the presidential race. The recent survey results undeniably sparked different reactions from the people.
Recently, Pulse Asia made a clarification amid alleged survey results conducted in March circulating on social media and instant messaging platforms. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the opinion polling body denied that it has released the results of the latest survey for the presidential election.
The alleged results that circulated on social media platforms list March 10 to 15 as the days wherein the survey was supposedly conducted. The opinion polling body stressed that the results of its surveys will only be released through its official website. Currently, the latest survey results released remained to be the results of the survey conducted on February 18-23. It has committed to conducting surveys until April, the month before the election.
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