first of all we would like to give thanks to all participants who voluntarily joined this survey.
the number of people who participated was not as how much as we wanted it to be but still the number of people who response to this call is still overwhelming.
The survey was posted in Facebook, and shared to different groups including the group who supports Binay, Mar Roxas, Bongbong, Sen Miriam, Mayor Rudy, Grace Poe,other with massive social engagement groups and we also advertise it on facebook to reach other people who are not part of any group. so, we consider it as fair and everyone who might be concerned are inform that we are doing this survey.
Participants came across the whole archipelago, with 25% do came from National Capital Region(NCR), 31% from other parts of Luzon, 29% from Mindanao, and 14% from Visayas.
we have achieved the same amount of sample size in comparison with SWS and Pulse Asia’s but here we have real data from real people.
for the benefit of the others, we give the summary of the result of the survey in this article and we give the link for those who want to validate the survey result in spreadsheet format on google docs, as it was automatically made by google when we made the survey.
Result in Spreadsheet: click here to view the spreadsheet!
Now to digest the result
35% of the participant said that they are going to vote for Mayor Duterte, while 25% said they will vote for Senator Miriam Santiago and followed by 17% who said that they are voting for Senator Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos.
and Since we asked for 2 candidates to be voted, we listed the combination of two candidate chosen by the participants.
31% of all participant said they will either vote for Mayor Rudy or Senator Miriam, followed by those who said it should be Mayor Rudy or Senator Bongbong with 19% of the participant votes, and on third was the combination of Senator Grace and Mayor Rudy. it looks like most of the participant chooses to vote for Mayor Rudy.
Links for the other report of this survey:
Result per Age Group (to be released July 9, 2015)
Result per Income Level (to be released July 9, 2015)
Result per Location of Participants (to be released July 9, 2015)
Result according to Gender (to be released July 9, 2015)