Wednesday, March 14, 2007
The newest Pulse Asia Survey shows that the Genuine Opposition candidates are still leading their administration counterparts. Conducted from February 28 - March 5, the results are as follows:
1st Loren Legarda
2nd Panfilo Lacson
3rd Francis Pangilinan
4th Francis Escudero
5th Ralph Recto
6th Manuel Villar
7th Joker Arroyo
8th Benigno Aquino III
9th Edgardo Angara
10th Allan Peter Cayetano
11th Gregorio Honasan
12th Vicente Sotto III
The survey shows that the following candidates still have statistical probability of entering the Magic 12:
1 Aquilino Pimentel III
2 Vicente Magsaysay
3 Sonia Roco
4 John Osmena
5 Michael Defensor
The other findings of the survey shows that:
1 Noynoy Aquino is the biggest gainer rising from 14th to 7th place in the last Pulse Asia Survey.
2 Tito Sotto is the biggest loser dropping 7 notches.
3 Due to the entry of Joselito Cayetano, Allan Peter placed 10th instead of 4th.
The other findings of the Purple Phoenix shows that:
1 The sample gathered by Pulse Asia are not fans of Sharon Cuneta.
2 Joselito Cayetano is either getting popular or some voters are too lazy to write the full name of the Taguig representative.
3 Hmmm...it seems that Noynoy benefited from the James-Hope controversy.
4 Not even a rebellion case or imprisonment could diminish the charisma of Honasan.
5 The sample gathered by Pulse Asia hates vegetables. Where the hell is Pichay?
6 The magic of Boy Abunda has not rubbed off his favorite candidate. Tol is still short of victory.
7 Miguel Zubiri should beg Wowowee to revert back to their original song Boom Tarat Tarat.
8 Rez Cortez should be having a gin pomelo party. The ASO jingle seems to be affecting the candidacy of a certain comedian.
9 Sarah Geronimo seems to be an effective endorser. I think more people would vote for Angara because of the young singing superstar than believe his tag line - Ang Gara ng Buhay.
10 Magsaysay ranked 14th. Wow.
11 This is a bias observation but Escudero is on a roll. Going up to the top! Team Chiz we still have a lot work to do. Complacency is not the answer.