The recent Kalye Survey summaries posted a little more than a week before the much-awaited May 9 national and local elections indicate a supermajority victory for Partido Federal ng Pilipinas standard-bearer, former Sen.Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr. and his running-mate Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte.
Based on the data gathered by SPLAT Communications from Kalye Surveys conducted nationwide from April 11 to 30, Marcos and Duterte will be runaway winners, garnering voter preference shares of 68.3 percent and 68.2 percent, respectively.
Marcos’ opponent Leni Robredo was far second with her preference shares of 14 percent.
VP aspirant Tito Sotto, on the other hand, has preference shares of 15.6 percent, which is way off from frontrunner Duterte.
For the third place in the upcoming presidential race, Manny Pacquiao outpaced Isko Domagoso, with 5.8 percent preference shares as against Domagoso’s 4.6 percent.
There were 10,091 respondents for the presidential survey with the undecided pegged at 6 percent; while there were 6,881 respondents for the vice-presidential survey, with 7.9 percent undecided.
“The data show a tandem supermajority victory for the UniTeam of Mayor Inday Sara Duterte and former Senator Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr. This is already inevitable at this point… It’s just a matter of time before these formalities are realized,” SPLAT Communications said in a press release Tuesday.
The information and data provider added that no challenges for debate will ever change the outcome.
“That opportunity has sailed long ago,” it added.
Likewise, SPLAT reminded voters to go out and vote to give worth to the data gathered.
“All of these numbers are worthless if everyone will not vote on election day. So make sure your lists are ready and that you will vote,” it said.
SPLAT said the most successful tandem among all the aspirants is the one that complements one another.
“Indeed, the future of the Philippines looks bright. Unity is a positive force that paves the way for success. A nation united can never be conquered,” it said.