Home > 2010 philippine presidential election, eddie villanueva, erap estrada, gilbert teodoro, jamby madrigal, jc de los reyes, manny villar, Nicanor Perlas, noynoy aquino, politics in the philippines, presidentiables, surveys & polls > pulse asia january 2010 presidentiables poll – villar ties aquino, we are not surprised. villar takes from aquino and estrada.

pulse asia january 2010 presidentiables poll – villar ties aquino, we are not surprised. villar takes from aquino and estrada.

the latest pulse asia presidentiables poll,  conducted january 22-26 puts manny villar catching up with noynoy aquino and are now at a statistical tie. we are not surprised. as we have posted in this blog, we were anticipating a closing of the gap in the surveys as we approach election time.

we also said that this election is for aquino to lose and for villar to win. (read post here: the 2010 Philippine Presidential Election – an election for aquino to lose, an election for villar to win). manny villar move up by +12% points while aquino dropped by -8% points from previous poll, placing aquino now at 37% and villar at 35%. with a +/- 2% margin of error, that puts them on a statistical tie.

also noteworthy is the drop suffered by erap estrada whose rating dropped by -7% to now 12% and still at 3rd. this may mean villar took voters from both aquino and estrada. estrada in past surveys seemed to have very loyal supporters with his ratings within the 15% range, hardly moving and always at 3rd place.

gilbert teodoro the admin/arroyo candidate continue to have 5% indicating his efforts during this period has had no effect. teodoro aired new advertising (read previous post here:  gilbert teodoro’s “posible” tv ad – a change of strategy to save his campaign).

eddie villanueva is now at 2% while richard godon at 1%. we are surprised that gordon has not moved up more.

we will give our views on these dvelopments in the next post.

source :  http://pulseasia.com.ph/pulseasia/story.asp?ID=703

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