Home > 2010 philippine presidential election, eddie villanueva, erap estrada, gilbert teodoro, jamby madrigal, jc de los reyes, manny villar, noynoy aquino, presidentiables, richard gordon, surveys & polls > SWS November Presidentiables Poll – aquino holds dominant lead, villar moves up to be a real threat, teodoro stays at no consequence

SWS November Presidentiables Poll – aquino holds dominant lead, villar moves up to be a real threat, teodoro stays at no consequence

some points:

  • aquino holds his dominant lead in this poll which is quite surprising considering his 60% achievement was thought of as mostly coming from the goodwill of cory’s. holding that  dominant rating may mean aquino is doing this on his own power ans strength.
  • villar is the true contender in this election aggressively moving up by 8% points. this means villar continues to build his constituency and seems to be separate from that of aquino.
  • escudero coming in at 3rd and going up aggressively by 12% points, the highest growth this survey time is very surprising. had escudero continued his presidential run, he could have been a factor. question now is where will his supporters go to in the next survey? that is a huge chunk up for grabs.
  • estrada ends up with a respectable 4th place at 18%. it seems estrada has maintained his power base.
  • a big disappointment is teodoro who grew only by +4% points, just a point shy of the +/- 3 pts margin of error. we were expecting teodoro to grow much larger than this and climb up in ranking. staying at this level may mean he is a non-factor in this election.
  • the others, villanueva, perlas, madrigal, de los reyes and gordon not showing good numbers in this poll puts them on a no-chance of winning in this election.
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  1. December 15, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    villanueva once again gets a 1% in this poll. his efforts is not making an impact, people comtinue to ignore him.

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