Who will benefit the most if Senator Grace Poe is disqualified from running in the May presidential elections?

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Vice President Jejomar Binay, according to the results of the latest Pulse Asia survey.

The nation-wide survey commissioned by ABS/CBN showed a statistical tie in the top spot between Poe (26%) and Binay (24%).

Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte netted 22% while Mar Roxas  bagged 19%.

The survey, released on March 9, was conducted from February 16 to 27 with  5,200 registered voters.

“In the event that Senator Poe does not pursue her presidential bid, Vice-President Binay would gain the most as 32% of her original voters would instead vote for him,” Pulse Asia president Ronald Holmes said in a statement published in Rappler.

“In the event that their original choice for president does not continue his/her candidacy, 29% of registered voters would instead vote for Senator Poe. In second place is Vice-President Binay (22%) while third place is shared by former DILG Secretary Roxas (15%) and Davao City Mayor Duterte (12%),” Holmes said in the Rappler report.

In case any of the candidates would drop out of the race, Poe would get 37% of Binay’s supporters, 31% of Duterte’s voters, and 41% of Roxas’ supporters, according to Holmes.

The latest Pulse Asia survey showed that:

  • Based on geographical location, Poe is the top bet of Metro Manilans with a 30% preference rating, followed by Binay (26%), and Duterte (25%). In the rest of Luzon, Poe and Binay top other contenders at 32% and 30%, respectively.

  • Roxas is the first choice for president of Visayan registered voters (33%) while Davao City Mayor Duterte is the top pick for the post in Mindanao (47%).

  • Based on socioeconomic classes, Duterte is the top choice of Class ABC, with a preference rating of 27%, followed by Poe (21%), Binay (21%), and Roxas (17%).

  • Class D gave the highest preference rating to Poe and Binay at 26% and 24%, respectively.

  • Class E had Poe as the top choice with 27%, followed by Binay (23%), and Roxas (23%).

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