Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV and Grace Poe, both of the administration coalition’s Team PNoy, posted “significant gains in electoral support” between January and February, catapulting them to the winning circle of the senatorial race, according to the latest Pulse Asia survey.
By Norman Bordadora
Former Sen. Ramon “Jun” Magsaysay, Jr., has admitted being disappointed with the latest survey results of the Social Weather Stations but expressed optimism that his yet-to-be-released media placements and an intensified campaign effort would cause him to make it to winner’s circle next month.
Administration candidates were off to a good start in dominating the senatorial race early in the campaign period, a recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey found.
Only one in three Britons would vote to stay in the European Union in a referendum promised by Prime Minister David Cameron, according to a poll published in the Financial Times on Monday.
It seems people are experiencing crime fatigue.
President Benigno Aquino III is the top choice of respondents to an unofficial poll conducted by INQUIRER.net on who they think should be Inquirer’s Filipino of the Year for 2012.
Police said Monday they were investigating Singapore’s top daily The Straits Times over a voter survey it conducted ahead of a by-election in apparent breach of a law against polls during the campaign.
Mitt Romney got a poll boost from his strong debate performance against President Barack Obama but it is too early to know how significant or lasting the bounce for the Republican challenger will be.
Answers to the question posed by the INQUIRER.net regarding Senator Antonio Trillanes IV’s back-channelling role in the Philippines-China territorial row were almost equally shared between “Yes” and “No.”
Add the news media to the list of institutions that Americans do not trust.
President Barack Obama has built a seven point lead over Republican rival Mitt Romney in Ohio, a key bellwether state, and has a five point advantage in Florida and Virginia, a poll said Thursday.
An overwhelming majority of Americans, particularly whites, are adamant about the constitutional right to bear arms, a poll showed this week amid a rash of shootings across the United States.
By Frances Mangosing
The highest number of those who voted in the INQUIRER.net poll on the issue of hazing said they favor a total ban on hazing.