ILOILO, Philippines (UPDATED) – Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte maintained the solo lead in the latest ABS-CBN survey, conducted by Pulse Asia at the time the candidate was accused of not declaring a bank account that contained hundreds of millions in deposits.
Duterte was preferred by 33% of the 4,000 respondents in the survey conducted from April 26 to 29. The survey results, released on Wednesday, May 4, had a margin of error of +/-1.5%.
Trailing Duterte was Liberal Party standard-bearer Manuel Roxas II with 22% and Senator Grace Poe with 21%.
Vice President Jejomar Binay placed 3rd with 17%, while Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago got 2%.
The results of the latest ABS-CBN survey was initiallte released via a post on the TV network's official website late Tuesday night, May 3.
Roxas saw a slight rise of 2 percentage points, while both Poe and Binay dipped by one percentage point each. Santiago's numbers were unchanged.
Vice presidential race
In the vice presidential race, LP's Leni Robredo got 30%, compared to Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr's 28%. Senator Francis Escudero got a preference rating of 18%, while Senator Alan Peter Cayetano got 15%. (READ: Robredo, Marcos top ABS-CBN vice presidential poll)
Senator Gregorio Honasan II got 3%, while Senator Antonio Trillanes IV got 2%. – Rappler.com