Caloocan survey: If polls held today, BBM would get 71% and Sara, 49%

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IF the elections were held today, the BBM-Sara UniTeam of presidential aspirant Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr. and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte will be the hands down winners in vote-rich Caloocan City, according to the latest survey conducted by private polling firm Actual and Comprehensive Evaluators, Inc.

The result of the survey in the three districts of Caloocan, with 5,164 respondents from all social classes and age groups, shows Marcos Jr. ahead of the pack with 71 percent, while Leni Robredo and Isko Moreno were tied at a distant second with 10 percent each; followed by Sen. Panfilo Lacson with 5 percent and Sen. Manny Pacquiao with 2 percent.

The result, as shared with media outlets by the  BBM headquarters, shows that seven out of 10 voters prefer Bongbong over the other presidential aspirants, while at least 2 percent of the respondents were still undecided.

VP poll

In the vice-presidential poll, Sara garnered 49 percent; Sen. Vicente Sotto III, 34 percent; Willie Ong, 9 percent; Sen. Francis Pangilinan, 4 percent; while 3 percent remain undecided.

Caloocan’s “Bukid Area” is touted as a traditional Marcos bailiwick, and here Bongbong emerges as the overwhelming favorite, with the newly-formed District’s 1 and 3 giving him 74 percent and 71 percent preference, respectively, per the results shared by BBM Headquarters..

Bongbong also dominated the commercial hub areas in District 2 with his 67-percent preference compared to Moreno’s 11 percent and Robredo’s  13 percent.

Duterte, on the other hand, dominated Districts 1 and 3 with 53 percent and 52 percent preference ratings, respectively, then topped everyone in District 2 with her 44-percent preference compared to Sotto’s 38 percent and Ong’s 11 percent.

In the mayoral race, District 1 Rep. Dale Gonzalo Malapitan is a runaway favorite with 65 percent versus District 2 Rep. Edgar Erice’s 32 percent, while his running-mate Karina Teh is leading the pack with 60 percent against Councilor PJ Malonzo’s 32 percent.

Also poised to win if the elections were held today in the city’s 1st district congressional race is incumbent Mayor Oscar Malapitan, who is leading with a double-digit figure over his closest pursuer Councilor Alou Nubla.                 

Incumbent Vice-Mayor Maca Asistio, a die-hard Marcos supporter, topped the 2nd district congressional race with a double-digit lead over Councilor Obet Samson.