Liberal Party vice presidential candidate Leni Robredo ties with Sen. Bongbong Marcos for second place in the latest released result by the Social Weather (SW) survey.
— Leni Robredo (@lenirobredo) December 22, 2015
Robredo gained seven points, from 12 percent in the previous survey from Nov. 26 to 28, to 19 percent in the latest poll conducted from Dec. 12 to 14 with 1,200 respondents nationwide.
The seven-point gain was the highest among the vice presidential candidates as Marcos dropped from 24 percent to 19 and Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano slipped from 21 percent to 17 percent.
Sen. Francis Escudero did not gain any ground as he remained at 30 percent.
Robredo also drastically improved in the recent Pulse Asia survey, placing fourth in a poll conducted from Dec. 4-11 with 14 percent. It was a significant climb as she started in last place several months ago with one percent rating. PNA / Sammy F. Martin)
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