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In the nationwide survey conducted last March 30 to April 2, the SWS said that Duterte got 27 percent votes from the respondents from 23 percent last March 8-11 face-to-face interviews. This was followed by Senator Grace Poe at 23 percent (from 29 percent), Vice President Jejomar Binay at 20 percent (from 22 percent), former Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas at 18 percent (from 19 percent), and Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago at 3 percent (from 1 percent). Three percent were undecided, while 7 percent of the validated voter-respondents dropped in ballots with invalid markings. In the vice presidential race, Senator Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. got 26 percent (from 25 percent), which took the lead in this survey, from Senator Francis Escudero at 21 percent (from 28 percent). Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo, meanwhile, got 19 percent (from 22 percent), followed by Senator Alan Peter Cayetano (13 percent from 12 percent), Senator Gregorio Honasan II (5 percent from 4 percent), and Senator Antonio Trillanes IV (5 percent, which is the same as the March 8-11 survey results). Six percent of the respondents remain undecided, while 5 percent handed in ballots with invalid markings. In the survey, the 1,500 respondents were asked: “Kung ang eleksyon ay gaganapin ngayon, sino ang pinakamalamang ninyong iboboto bilang Presidente, Bise Presidente, party list representative at mga senador ng Pilipinas? Narito ang listahan ng mga kandidato. Paki shade o itiman po ang naaangkop na oval katabi ng pangalan ng taong pinakamalamang ninyong iboboto. (If the elections were held today, whom would you most probably vote for as President, Vice President, party list representative, and senators of the Philippines? Here is a list of candidates. Please shade the oval beside the name of the persons you would most likely vote for).

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