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The 2010 Presidentiables Blog – more than triples daily average hits, soon to reach 300,000 hits

within the next 2 weeks, The 2010 Presidentiables Blog will hit a new milestone of 300,000 hits. this blog has grown very rapidly in the past 3 months.

from an average of 500 hits per day in the whole year of 2009, this blog has more than tripled it’s average daily hits to 1,700 per day starting December 2009.

these are the top 10 topics of this blog since it opened.

1. Home page  
2. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s Stat  
3. Eddie Villanueva    
4. villanueva continue to lead, aquino and    
5. Presidentiables Reactions To Arroyo’s SO    
6. noynoy aquino    
7. RH Bill No. 5043 Full Text    
8. the noynoy aquino-mar roxas platform of    
9. the 2010 Presidentiables Poll officially  
10. manny villar

 thank you to the authors, readers and posters for making this blog one of the more successful 2010 elections blog.

  1. Tirso Suligan
    February 25, 2010 at 11:11 pm

    This is a good article and analysis for the election. Can you explain to us the why there is a big difference in this survey compare to SWS and pulse asia survey?

    • February 26, 2010 at 11:23 am

      the poll you see here is equivalent to a mock poll. the reason why the poll results in this blog and in mock polls are very differenr from the poll results from SWS and Pulse Asia is that the latter two do their polls using scientific methoods. two of the most critical components in the SWS and Pulse Asia polls have that we do not have in the poll here and other mock polls are – random sampling and respondent profiling. we cannot do both in the poll here, it being an internet poll where respondents seek out this poll to vote and we have no control as to who votes.

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