MANILA, Philippines – It is again a sweep for Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, who emerged as the winner in the online polls that Rappler conducted for the 3rd presidential debate in Pangasinan on Sunday, April 24.
Here's how Duterte fared in each of the online polls:
WATCH: Duterte: Corruption must stop. S-T-O-P. #PiliPinasDebates2016 #PHVote https://t.co/Ix0E86uTqE https://t.co/cKZ8YP5CeQ — Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) April 24, 2016
Duterte also said "historical injustices" must be corrected to resolve the conflict in Mindanao. The mayor is in favor of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL).
Duterte: War in Mindanao runs deep. Nothing will appease Moros until BBL is passed. #PiliPinasDebates2016 #PHVote https://t.co/84fc1u3Bzn — Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) April 24, 2016
On health care, Duterte said there should be one doctor per barangay.
Duterte: PAGCOR earnings to be used as medical trust fund https://t.co/Ix0E86uTqE #PHVote https://t.co/1jcqqKq3l1 — Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) April 24, 2016
Like the other candidates, he also vowed to put an end to contractualization.
WATCH: Duterte: The moment I assume the presidency. Contractualization will stop. #PiliPinasDebates2016 #PHVote https://t.co/qsrOML1NeR — Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) April 24, 2016
Duterte also said that he plans to create a department and a system of banks that would specifically address the concerns of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs).
WATCH: Duterte: I propose to create one department & a bank for OFWs. #PiliPinasDebates2016 https://t.co/Ix0E86uTqE https://t.co/GstpPg1h9X — Rappler (@rapplerdotcom) April 24, 2016
Other candidates' rankings
The rest of the other candidates were far behind in the online polls, but former interior secretary Manuel Roxas II and Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago were consistently 2nd and 3rd.
Here are the figures for Roxas:
Here's a summary of the percentages for Santiago:
Senator Grace Poe, who was consistently 4th in the online polls, and Vice President Jejomar Binay, who was consistently last, both had single-digit percentages.
The 3rd and final debate was co-organized by the Commission on Elections, ABS-CBN, Manila Bulletin, Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas, and the PHINMA University of Pangasinan. – Rappler.com