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LAWMAKERS LEAD LATEST SENATORIAL POLL

THE top 12 spots in the senatorial race continued to be dominated by current and former senators in the latest Manila Standard poll, except for Rep. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and whistleblower Jose de Venecia III.

Conducted between April 18 and 20, the poll asked 2,500 registered voters nationwide to cast their votes for president, vice president, and 12 senators.

As in the previous four surveys, the top three places went to Senators Ramon Revilla Jr. (50 percent), Jinggoy Estrada (49 percent), and Miriam Defensor-Santiago (41 percent).

This month, they were followed by Senate President Juan Ponce-Enrile (37 percent), Senator Pia Cayetano (33 percent), former Senator Franklin Drilon (32 percent), former Senators Ralph Recto and Vicente Sotto III (both with 28 percent), Marcos (27 percent), former Senator Sergio Osmeña III (25 percent), Senator Lito Lapid (23 percent), and de Venecia (19 percent).

The 13th to 16th positions were occupied by Gwendolyn Pimentel (17 percent), former Rep. Gilbert Remulla (17 percent), Rep. Teofisto Guingona III (16 percent) and Rep. Rozzano Rufino Biazon (16 percent).

As in previous polls, the respondents were asked to accomplish a form that was designed to look like the official ballots to be used in the May 10 automated elections.  The survey had a margin of error of 2 percent.

Voters, on average, chose seven names for senator.

Those who did not shade any ovals corresponding to their preferences for senator were considered undecided, a category that rose to 12 percent.

Tables MST Poll 04_18-20_2010 3rd article 042510

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