VP Leni rules NegOcc survey: ex-gov Coscolluela
Vice President Leni Robredo is the leading presidential candidate in Negros Occidental, according to a province-wide survey done by a Bacolod-based group composed of academe.
Former governor Rafael Coscolluela, chair of the Robredo People’s Council in Negros Occidental, revealed that the April 1 to 15 survey showed that Robredo is comfortably ahead with 41 percent against 30 percent of rival Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
“The survey, the third in a monthly series, reflects the results of hard on-ground campaigning by scores of volunteers throughout the province,” said Coscolluela. (https://bit.ly/3vF8Vf9)
Senator Manny Pacquiao ranked third with 12 percent, followed by Manila Mayor Isko Moreno (7 percent) and Senator Panfilo Lacson (5 percent).
Coscolluela also noted a high percentage of undecided voters at 15 to 20 percent in the province.
“Maybe they are confused by fake news, trolls and black propaganda, as they have yet to pick their presidential candidate,” he explained.