BINAY, POE TIED IN SWS SURVEY

Vice President Jejomar Binay remains at the top of pre-poll surveys but shared the lead with Senator Grace Poe in the latest survey for  presidential preference  of Social Weather Station (SWS) and Business World.

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Binay (United Nationalist Alliance) and Poe (Independent) tied with 26 percent each in the survey conducted December 12-14 with 1,200 respondents.

Liberal Party standard-bearer Mar Roxas was third with 22 percent.

Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte (PDP/Laban) chalked up 20 percent for the fourth spot.

Tail-ender Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago was fifth with 4 percent.

On Tuesday, Pulse Asia released results of its latest survey with Binay in the lead and Poe at second spot.

Binay upped his points by 2 percentiles in the latest survey against his September figure in the survey also by SWS where he landed at second with 24 % against Poe’s 26 percent.

In that survey,  Roxas was third with 20 percent while Duterte, at that time still undecided on a presidential run,   got 11 percent. Santiago had two percent.

Duterte, is the biggest gainer in the latest survey, with a 9-point jump against the September survey.

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