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Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino Leading Big in the Philippine Presidential May 10 Elections :: Jejomar Binay Surprise Package

Updated on October 2, 2012

Updated May 11, 2010, Manila. This contains Partial and Unofficial Results from GMA News and PPRCV

Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino is heading to a landslide win over his opponents in the May 2010 Presidential Elections, even as ousted former Philippine President is making a surprise surge to second place over Manny Villar.

Rounding out the Presidentiables are Gilbert "Gibo" Teodoro who occupies fourth place, Bro. Eddie Villanueva is at fifth place, Dick Gordon is at sixth, Nick Perlas at seventh, Jamby Madrigal at eighth and JC Delos Reyes bringing up the rear at ninth.

Jejomar Binay was the biggest surprise and revelation in the Elections as he is leading over his heavily favored opponent Mar Roxas the running mate of Aquino in the Vice Presidential race. Loren Legarda is at a distant third place toegther with Bayani Fernando is lies at fourth place.

MANILA, Philippines (4th UPDATE) - As of 8:20 am., May 11, 2010

GMA News Unofficial and Partial Results

69% Votes Accounted For

President

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino12,236,697

2. Joseph Estrada 7,752,176

3. Manny Villar 4,336,249

4. Gilbert Teodoro 3,244,675

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 916,810

6. Dick Gordon 432,031

7. Nicanor Perlas 42,219

8. Jamby Madrigal 37,129

9. JC delos Reyes 34,841

Vice President

1. Jejomar Binay 12,008,712

2. Mar Roxas 11,217,230

3. Loren Legarda 3,260,823

4. Bayani Fernando 847,315

5. Edu Manzano 593,888

6. Perfecto Yasay Jr.295,642

7. Jay Sonza 50,733

8. Dominador "Jun" Chipeco Jr.40,352


MANILA, Philippines (3rd UPDATE) - As of 12:47 pm., May 11, 2010

GMA News Unofficial and Partial Results

7,582 of a total of 76,475 clustered precincts nationwide.

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 9,934,426

2. Joseph Estrada 6,289,206

3. Manny Villar 3,400,818

4. Gilbert Teodoro 2,600,967

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 753,749

6. Dick Gordon 372,402

7. Nicanor Perlas 33,079

8. Jamby Madrigal 29,972

9. JC delos Reyes 27,451

Vice President

1. Jejomar Binay 9,879,320

2. Mar Roxas 9,048,571

3. Loren Legarda 2,547,918

4. Bayani Fernando 707,495

5. Edu Manzano 442,907

6. Perfecto Yasay Jr. 243,653

7. Jay Sonza 41,021

8. Dominador "Jun" Chipeco Jr. 30,901

MANILA, Philippines (2nd UPDATE) - As of 9:39 p.m

The PPCRV Unofficial and Partial Election Results

7,582 of a total of 76,475 clustered precincts nationwide.

10. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 969,257

11. Joseph Estrada 641,148

12. Manny Villar 401,438

  1. Gilbert Teodoro 270,280
  2. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 77,728
  3. Richard Gordon 31,515
  4. Vetellano Acosta 11,603
  5. Nicanor Perlas 3,503
  6. Jamby Madrigal 3,047
  7. JC delos Reyes 2,685

Vice President

9. Jejomar Binay 1,029,370

10. Mar Roxas 916,494

11. Loren Legarda 346,080

12. Bayani Fernando 67,598

13. Edu Manzano 52,740

14. Perfecto Yasay Jr. 23,808

15. Jay Sonza 4,313

16. Dominador "Jun" Chipeco Jr. 3,535.




As of 8:21 p.m.:
President:
1. Benigno Aquino III: 179,020
2. Joseph Estrada: 136295
3. Manny Villar: 102271
4. Gilbert Teodoro: 53686
5. Eddie Villanueva: 14669
6. Vitaliano Acosta: 3105
7. Richard Gordon: 2571
8. Nicanor Perlas: 791
9. Jamby Madrigal: 608
10. JC Delos Reyes: 610

Vice President:
1. Jejomar Binay: 185623
2. Mar Roxas: 152263
3. Loren Legarda: 96415
4. Edu Manzano: 14743
5. Bayani Fernando: 9083
6. Perfecto Yasay: 4022
7. Dominador Chipeco: 946
8. Jay Sonza: 805

Updated May 10, 2010, Manila. This article also Partial and Unofficial Results from PPRCV

Partial and Unofficial Tally of PPCRV

May 10, 2010, 7:57pm

Liberal Party stalwart Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino grabbed the early lead among other presidential contenders in the Philippipine May Elections, whilst darkhorse Jejomar Binay a former Makati City Mayor is showing the way in the vice presidential race in the partial and unofficial tally of the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV).

Initial tally returns as of 7:00 p.m. Monday reveals the corresponding votes of the Presidential contenders:

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 86,990 out of the 2,214,129 votes or 34.94 %

2. Joseph Ejercito Estrada with 67,425 votes or 27.11%

3. Manuel “Manny” Villar with 55,639 votes or 22.37%

4. Gilbert Teodoro Jr. 27,117 votes or 10.90%

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 7,947 votes or 3.19 %

6. Vitalano Acosta 1,546 votes or 0.62%

7. Dick Gordon 1,088 votes or 0.43%

8. Nicanor “Nick” Perlas with 382 vote 0.17%

9. Jamby Madrigal with 332 0.15%

10. JC De los Reyes with 313 votes 0.14%

In the vice presidential derby, Jejomar Binay is unexpectedly leading heavy favorite Manuel “Mar” Roxas II. As of 7:08 p.m., Binay took 104,042 votes out of the 2,214,129 votes to lead Roxas who only got 81,116 votes. Trailing them Nacionalista Party vice presidential candidate Loren Legarda with 58,740 votes.

Reference: mb.com.ph

Updated May 5, 2010, Manila - This article contains latest surveys in the Philippines conducted by SWS and Pulse Asia, the number of Facebook fans of the candidates' official websites. The Philippines’ freewheeling democracy will again be subjected to an acid test, as most Filipinos 18 years and above are expected to troop to their respective precincts to casts their ballots this coming May 10, 2010 to exercise their rights to vote. The momentous day will indeed be one of the glorious days in the Philippine History, Why? Because for the very first time Filipinos will be voting using the Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOS), an automated voting system used by many industrialized countries worldwide that finally made its way to the country. A history of sorts as it is, since the past elections held in the country was counted manually that takes backbreaking efforts in a span of few months, before the final winner for various positions is declared. The Philippine electoral process being held in the country is indeed unique. Expect festive mood to lord it over across the land. Additionally, the candidates especially those Presidential bets are expected to use all tricks in the books just to get an edge over their rivals. True enough, most of the candidates gets exposure in television and radio ads proportional to their campaign funds to the hilt. The Internet technology is not spared too as the various Presidentiables finds Facebook, Friendster and their own respective website as a way of extending their campaigns to the Filipinos all over the Philippines. The various candidates is now in full blast, scouring the country campaigning to the best of their capabilities using every weapon in their arsenal to woo the voting public, that are, the Filipinos. As expected the Presidential candidates are at their elements employing efficiently their wits, charm, gimmicks, funds and even using what is on their pockets to sustain their truly taxing campaigns.

With just almost one month away from the May Elections, the Presidential bets were off and running, but let us try to use some sorts of parameters, to discern which of them is getting the most out of their respective campaigns and popularity, in other words, to know who is hot and who is not, if we will use the surveys, and the most number of supporters, as our yardstick of gauging who is leading so far in the Philippine Presidential derby.

The campaign Images or Pictures of some of the Presidential bets

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Let's get the ball start rolling and let surveys conducted in the country do the talking:

Survey Conducted By SWS (May 5 Survey)

Here is the rating of the 10 Presidential Candidates’ in the (Philippine May Election) Latest Rating in SWS (April 16 to 19).

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 38%

2. Manny Villar 26%

3. Joseph Estrada 17%

4. Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro 9%

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 2%

6. Dick Gordon 2%

7. Jamby Madrigal (0.3%)

8. Nicanor Perlas (0.2%)

9. JC Delos Reyes (0.2%)

10. Vetellano Acosta (*)

Undecided 6%

* - Voters of Acosta were include in the Undecided

Survey Conducted by Pulse Asia as of March 21 to 28

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 37%

2. Manny Villar 25%

3. Joseph Estrada 18%

4. Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro 7%

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 2%

6. Dick Gordon 2%

7. Nicanor Perlas 0.3%

8. JC Delos Reyes 0.2%

9. Jamby Madrigal 0.1%

10. Vetellano Acosta 0.08%

Survey Conducted by Pulse Asia as of February 21 to 25

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 36%

2. Manny Villar 29%

3. Joseph Estrada 18%

4. Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro 7%

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 2%

6. Dick Gordon 1%

7. Vetellano Acosta 0.04%

8. Jamby Madrigal 0.03%

9. Nicanor Perlas 0.02%

10. JC Delos Reyes 0%


Survey Conducted By SWS

Here is the rating of the 10 Presidential Candidates’ in the (Philippine May Election) Latest Rating in SWS (February 24 to 28).

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 36%

2. Manny Villar 34%

3. Joseph Estrada 15%

4. Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro 6%

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 3%

6. Dick Gordon 2%

7. Vetellano Acosta 0.4%

8. Nicanor Perlas (0.2%)

9. JC Delos Reyes (0.1%)

10. Jamby Madrigal (0.1%)

Survey Conducted by Pulse Asia as of March 21 to 28

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 37%

2. Manny Villar 25%

3. Joseph Estrada 18%

4. Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro 7%

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 2%

6. Dick Gordon 2%

7. Nicanor Perlas 0.3%

8. JC Delos Reyes 0.2%

9. Jamby Madrigal 0.1%

10. Vetellano Acosta 0.08%

Survey Conducted by Pulse Asia as of February 21 to 25

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 36%

2. Manny Villar 29%

3. Joseph Estrada 18%

4. Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro 7%

5. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 2%

6. Dick Gordon 1%

7. Vetellano Acosta 0.04%

8. Jamby Madrigal 0.03%

9. Nicanor Perlas 0.02%

10. JC Delos Reyes 0%


Heres a table from Pulse Asia

Table Courtesy of http://www.pulseasia.com.ph/
Table Courtesy of http://www.pulseasia.com.ph/

Now lets take a look at which Candidate is Lording it over in the realms of the Internet

Now lets take a look at which Candidate is Lording it over in the realms of the Internet

Here is the Facebook Fans of the Candidates as of April 1, 2010, 9:00 PM Philippine Time

1. Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino 1,083,699

2. Manny Villar 1,043,337

3. Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro 247,193

4. Bro. Eddie Villanueva 50,514

5. Dick Gordon 36,395

6. Joseph Estrada 24,017

7. Nicanor Perlas 5,421

8. Jamby Madrigal 957

The Candidates' Website Performance

The Alexa Ratings (used here as a way of gauging the popularity of a website based on the numbers of visitors or traffic and other factors) of the websites of the candidates as of April 24, 2010, 10:40 PM Philippine Time:

Updated April 24, 2010
Updated April 24, 2010
April 1, 2010 (9:00 A.M. Manila Time)
April 1, 2010 (9:00 A.M. Manila Time)

The battle for the Presidency is indeed very close and interesting, especially among the top two contenders. I just hope that the Philippine May Elections will hold its purpose to install the popular choice of the people and at the same time will be held peacefully.

References:http://www.pulseasia.com.ph/ , www.sws.com , and www.wisediscoveryinfo.com

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      Gener Geminiano 6 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      It is a privilege... thank you everybody for the kind words and visit...

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      Kris Aquino 6 years ago

      Hey Guys!, Thanks For Supporting Aquino Administration!!

      This Is Kris Aquino.And Thank You For Supporting My Brother!!

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      shirly Watson  6 years ago

      I really miss Philippjnes, The place where my mom and dad both died when i was only a baby. Someone adopt me and sent me to USA California., I grew up there a Rich Family adopts me.. and now., I want to go to the Philippines with my Husband George and Daughter Mikaile.

      I miss Phils.! and congratulations to Benigno Noynoy Aquino!!!!

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      Liza 7 years ago

      Congratulation Noynoy!

      Pls. Tulungan mo eastern visayas baka ito ang makasera ng magkapangulo mo kasi lahat na nanalo ay recorded sa corruptions....Be careful na ang tuta na sunodsunod sa iyo ay tumatahol yan (kurakot) Labanan mo ang corruption lalo na dito sa Eastern visayas....

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      warlicagunns 7 years ago

      Go noynoy! ikaw tlaga ang tinadhanang manalo bilang pangulo ng bansa!!!! jejejejejeje

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      borge_009 7 years ago from Philippines

      Ninoy and Estrada are now leading as the partial tally of votes are counted this moment. I just hope my bet will won and be announced officially. Good luck to all of the candidates who have played a fair fight.

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Thanks a lot for the Visit

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      Jake 7 years ago

      Gibo proven na sa debate umaatend. Ang iba popularity ratings inaatupag. Dian mo titingnan ang respeto sa masa sa mga naghihintay. Kung mamimili ka sa dalwang daan lumipad ka na lang at gamitan pa ng mapa. Highest position in the land po ito hindi sino ang may magaling na infomercials. Gibo is Ninoy alike.

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      lyzx08 7 years ago

      "TO ALL FILIPINO PEOPLE PLEASE VOTE HIM AS OUR NEW PRESIDENT OF OUR BELOVED COUNTRY. hE MIGHT NOT PASSED ANY LAWS (AS LIKE OTHER'S DECTATORS SAYS) WHILE HE WAS IN SERVICE BUT STILL WE'RE LUCKY ENOUGH THAT HE IS NOT CORRUPT OFFICIAL."

      oh..lucky enough that he is not corrupt? Noynoy is paid by the gov't, but what did he do? he just sat and slept in the senate and received money from the gov't..is that what you call not corrupt? he received money but did nothing in his 9 year term?think again!! think intelligently! why don't you find another candidate who is not corrupt?..why don't you study Sen Gordon?don't just search in the internet about the issues, find the truth!

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      razor 7 years ago

      GORDON LANDSLIDE WIN!!!!

      GORDON TAYO!!!!!

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      vergara 7 years ago

      the lapses of both the supplier Smartmatic and the Comelec could ruin the automated elections

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      bionic man 7 years ago

      maging vigilant po tayo bukas,posible may dayaan..... ang mga mandaraya mga taga gobyerno din - COMELEC under this administration.. magtulungan po tayo..HONEST ELECTION lang po.

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      ROGELIO 7 years ago

      MIND CONDITIONING ANG SURVEY NA TO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      TRUTH UNLEASHED 7 years ago

      SWS has a history of coming out with survey numbers that do not jibe with the actual vote count, as well as predicted poll winners. Neither is SWS known for its accuracy in its percentages count, when compared to actual and official poll results.

      It was PMP senatorial bet Francisco “Kit” Tatad who recently revealed that members of the Aquino clan and former associates of the late president Corazon Aquino hold prominent positions in SWS and Pulse Asia either as directors or stockholders.

      The list includes Aquino relatives Rafael Cojuangco Lopa, Pulse Asia director and former president; Antonio “Tonyboy” Cojuangco, who initially financed its operations; and Jose de Jesus, former DPWH secretary of the Aquino presidency and incorporator/director of both Pulse Asia and SWS.

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      abnoy 7 years ago

      MGA BUGOK NA GUMAWA NITONG THREAD NA ITO!

      E HINDI NGA SECURED ITONG PAGE NINYO!!! KAHIT SINO PWEDE MAG POST!!!

      PURO KAYO MGA ABNOY!!!!

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      msorensson 7 years ago

      You are so right...smart voters don't go with surveys. I enjoyed this update, thanks so much!!

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      Dneille  7 years ago

      Go NOY NOY GO. TO ALL FILIPINO PEOPLE PLEASE VOTE HIM AS OUR NEW PRESIDENT OF OUR BELOVED COUNTRY. hE MIGHT NOT PASSED ANY LAWS (AS LIKE OTHER'S DECTATORS SAYS) WHILE HE WAS IN SERVICE BUT STILL WE'RE LUCKY ENOUGH THAT HE IS NOT CORRUPT OFFICIAL. AND THAT IS THE GOOD SIGN OF BEING A GOOD SERVANT TO HIS PEOPLE. PLEASE VOTE HIM!!! NOY NOY AQUINO PARA SA PAGBABAGO TUNGKO SA KAUNLARAN NG ATING BANSANG PILIPINAS. PANAHON NA PARA PO TAYO AY MAG KAISA, ILOKLOK ANG NARARAPAT AT YON AY WALANG IBA KUNDI SI NOY NOY AQUINO!! AT HILINGIN PO NATIN SA PANGINOON ANG KANYANG GABAY PARA SA MAPAYAPANG HALALAN GAYUN DIN NA SANAY HINDI HINDI PO MANAKAW ANG ATING MGA BUTO PARA KINA NOY-MAR. AT SA LAHAT NG UUPONG OFFICIAL MULA SA MATAAS AT MABABANG SECTOR NG PAMAHALAAN TULUNGAN NYO RIN PO C NOYNOY SA PAGTATAG NG BAGONG REPUBLIKA NG BUONG TAPAT UPANG LAHAT TAYO AY MAGKAROON NG MAGINHAWANG BUHAY! LETS VOTE NOY-MAR THIS COMING MAY 10,2010 AS FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT!.. GOD BLESS PO SA ATING LAHAT.

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      an 7 years ago

      @gie GAYAYA LANG KA! You don't know what you're talking about!

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      gie 7 years ago

      same as above with all the debates i honestly think either GIBO or Sen.Gordon are the best to represent our country.They are very impressive and very intelligent people who will make us all proud to be a FILIPINO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      gie 7 years ago

      first of all what change did the aquino family do for philippines as a whole-NOTHING!!!!!!! except topple the Marcos government WHY?-because people need the change ! Did they really make the philippines more progressive and stable?NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so people why are you voting for one of them again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i reside in canada for over 30 years and i hate to see that we don't learn from our mistake by voting a person because of popularity.Don't you guys see it !!!! how many years have they govern our country any changes??????????????? please vote wisely for the sake of our beloved country so that we can progress and help our people from poverty . look most of us are well educated and yet we are one of the poorest country in Asia-isn't that a SHAME????????????????? Can't you see what Sen.Gordon did in his area?-now that is telling a lot- vote for someone that can do the job and not by popularity, I hate to see how we are going down the drain because of popularity.Also,i don't think our airpot should have been name after them-Manila would still be a better choice

      because that's the capital of our country. no offense but what

      did Mr. Aqiuno do to deserve this honor??????????????? i remember i was a young kid there was always rally at my school because of activism which he introduced.PLEASE PEOPLE VOTE WISELY and think of the many generation that will be affected by your chioce.

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      anna sangcarola 7 years ago

      i have read all your comments...grabe ang lupet nyong mag comment...especially who is actually on the side of this BRO., be cool guys. its a "survey"...merely what we see and read on-line is just and information. you will never know what will happen. i just hate people who is so defensive i know your just stating your opinions

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      merlo castro 7 years ago

      surveys are difficult to believe since it is too impossible that the people ask during the survey could actually represent the heterogeneous society. Naging makatutuhan lang sometimes kasi naging avenue ang survey for conditionaing the public. Commissioned surveys should be prohibited for fair and honest election.

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      @Richard - Yeah I know that Sir... My personal pick is one of the two names you mention for I know they have the will power... But we're in the Philippines and things are seemed predictable... Hayz...

      Indeed grancis you are right I supposed...

      Thanks a lot for the visit!

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      grancis vincent castro 7 years ago

      Bro. eddie Leads FACEBOOK but why still 2% lol

      something fishy around here

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      RICHARD GORDON 7 years ago

      and look at the mock election done in the University of the Philippines. You know what happens when you get all the educated in one place?

      You get Richard 'Dick' Gordon taking 1st place followed my Gibo.

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      Joell, Lian2. Batangas 7 years ago

      Mabuhay ka ! NOYNOY AQUINO, our next Philippine President

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Its all said and done, sorry for the fuss zhang, I am just relying on what resources I have... Thanks for the visit...

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      zhang 7 years ago

      TO THE ADMIN OF THIS SITE:

      PLEASE change the website address for the presidential candidate bro eddie c villanueva. it should be http://broeddie.ph

      please next time do more researching. you are always posting the latest updates in villanueva's facebook, and it is impossible that you didnt see this site address in his fan page located below his profile picture and always and everyday being posted by the fan page admin and by the fans.

      I AM HOPING FOR YOUR IMMEDIATE RESPONSE AND ACTION.

      yours truly,

      -zhang-

      BANGON PILIPINAS VOLUNTEER

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      freePO 7 years ago

      @ sa gumawa n2

      aus ka lang tol? mgkano bayad sayo?

      yung sa FACEBOOK fans, mga BOT lang un iba don, dead nga un page non mdalas e.. same cla ni Villar na Dead pages kht 1million un fans.. lol... mga BOT.. halatang mind conditioning... halatang gs2 sabihin sa tao na si Aquino at Villar lang naglalaban para sa presidential sit... lupet tlga... kinakampihan ng meda hahaha.. then pinapa ATRAS pa si Gibo, no doubt ntatakot sa presence ni Gibo, dahil habang nakikilala ng tao si Gibo, nagugus2han nila to... thats a mere fact na di maitatanggi ng camp aquino.. =) na ntatakot tlga cla... hehehe

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Huwag po ninyo ako sisihin mga gumawa nyan hehehehe...

      Thanks for the visit and for the time.

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      smart ako 7 years ago

      ilan po ba ang respondents sa survey na yan? 30 million ba representing the whole philippine electorate? i think not.

      puro survey, survey. they real survey happens in May 10.. so wag nyong ipagyabang tong survey na to.

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Thanks a lot for the visit guys...

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      jesterjedy 7 years ago

      Maniwala na sa Diyos wag lang sa surveys... :) GOD is the GREATEST! so why believe in surveys? Believe in GOD...

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      GreenTeam2010 7 years ago

      Why didnt you include the Campaign and Images Co. Survey commissioned by Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting, wherein Gibo ranked 2nd on their latest survey conducted March 28 - April 4? The said company is more credible than SWS and PULSE ASIA, and is commissioned by British and American Firms/Businesses together with PPCRV?? Whats wrong with all these news..

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      ddmana 7 years ago

      I think Villar will not win this election. Alam na ng taong bayan ang mga pinaggagawa nya. Kawawa ang Pilipino pag sya ang nanalo. Gagawin nyang subdibisyon ang Pilipinas. Magiging Vista Land of Manny Villar ang PInas.

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      Algen 7 years ago

      I don't believe in your survey... How come bro. eddie leads in hongkong if he ranks 4th or 5th? don't condition the minds of the people here. You'll get your consequences someday... please let's change our nation. enough of traditional politics....

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      tsk. 7 years ago

      anu ba yan,.. bakit sa nauna c BRO EDDIE d kasama dyan..it's unfair ...pati sa media d manlang ibalita iyon samantalang yang mga pulse at iba pa ang bilis ibalita..

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      ayen 7 years ago

      ew. erap naunahan c gibo? mas mangunguna pa c villanueva kay erap dapat noh! LA KWENTANG SURVEY TO!

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Everybody is entitled to their opinion though, but of course you cannot always discount the trend, as what the cliche goes, everything that goes around comes around, and the Vov populi vox dei, the voice of the people is the voice of God.

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      Aldren castro 7 years ago

      surveys are stupid, like the people who believe it.

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      SulongPinas 7 years ago

      BIAS ang survey! lol idc about those stupid surveys hindi lahat ng surveys eh naka post d2.

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      face 7 years ago

      @neri, who is abnoy, look who is talking? I wonder why the Phil. is still one of the most corrupt county in the world because of your outlook in life, MS NERITOKE.

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      neri 7 years ago

      i wonder why abnoy aquino does not undergo such pschological test so he could prove it true or false he has the looks of being such. you know what i mean

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      @Arjay - okies ill check it better update this thanks... okies

      @R - thanks for the visit...

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      Arjay 7 years ago

      Hey I found out...

      broeddie.ph ranks 1,084,928th worldwide and

      6,852nd in the philippines!!!!

      Take a closer look at their website performance...

      bro. eddie could have been 3rd!

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      Arjay 7 years ago

      the official website for bro.eddie is bro.eddie.ph!

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      7 years ago

      No matter how high your ratings are but if it was only inherited it will mean nothing rather than those who have low ratings but earned it from their own...

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Everybody is entitled to their own opinion though.

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      jhunz 7 years ago

      to survey companies,.go to every campaign rally of Bro. Eddie thats real survey.

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Yeah surveys can be deceiving, but sometimes it reflects trend which can be dangerous for those who are catching up, but that's the way politics here in the Philippines goes whether you like it or not...

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      alma 7 years ago

      Smart voters don't believe in surveys. After all, they are all sponsored. Be vigilant. Not everything that you or hear in the media is right. There's more than meets the eye.

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Thanks too pdh for the visit with this hub...

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      prettydarkhorse 7 years ago from US

      thank you GH, it is always good to know what is happening there, great hub, Maita

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      Gener Geminiano 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines

      Thanks a lot my dear emievil I'm really glad you find time to visit...

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      emievil 7 years ago from Philippines

      Hey GH, got a great hub here. Wonder how their ratings will go now that there's a rumor that Gibo will quit, I don't know, the race or the party chairmanship. Your guess is as good as mine :).