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Survey: Duterte-Cayetano tops two student mock polls
« on: March 18, 2016, 01:23:17 PM »
Duterte-Cayetano tops two student mock polls
The tandem of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Senate Majority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano emerged as the top choice in separate mock elections conducted among students, faculty, and staff members of two universities in Visayas and Mindanao.
In Silliman University in Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, a presidential survey was conducted last March 9, organized by the university's student council in cooperation with First Time Voters’ Network (FTVN)-Negros Oriental and the Rappler Dumaguete Movers.
More than half of the respondents, or exactly 55.86 percent, chose Duterte as their choice for president. Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago was a distant second with 23.58 percent, followed by Senator Grace Poe (9.99 percent), former DILG Sec. Mar Roxas (7.55 percent), and Vice President Jejomar Binay (3.02 percent).
Duterte’s running mate, Cayetano, also received majority of the votes, with 39.02 percent of respondents choosing him as their VP bet. He was followed by Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo and Senator Bongbong Marcos, who got 20.33 percent and 19.51 percent, respectively. Senator Francisco “Chiz” Escudero trailed behind with only 11.73 percent.
The tandem was also the top choice of voters at the Misamis University in Ozamiz City. It is among the biggest universities in Mindanao population-wise, with almost 6,000 students. In a mock election conducted last March 10, Duterte got 70 percent of the total votes cast, a far cry from Poe’s 13-percent ratings. Roxas came in third with 9 percent, while Binay got the least votes, which is only 3 percent of the tally.
Cayetano was also the campus favorite among all vice presidential contenders, garnering 32 percent of the total votes. In second and third places were Robredo and Escudero, who received 20 percent and 19 percent, respectively.
The tandem is running under a comprehensive platform, which aims to create real change and restore order in people’s lives. Among the bold solutions that they plan to undertake is waging an all-out war against corruption in government.
Recently, Duterte and Cayetano earned praise from youth organizations for showing sincerity to end corruption by signing a manifesto waiving their rights to bank secrecy and allowing the public opening of their bank accounts. They also urged their presidential and vice-presidential rivals to sign the waivers, but no other candidate has signed yet.

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