Marcos camp: New poll survey debunks rival supporters’ ‘fake narrative’
MANILA, Philippines — The latest survey showing Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. leading ahead of the presidential elections debunks the “fake narrative” forced by “some small segment of our society” regarding current voter preference.
Atty. Vic Rodriguez, Marcos’ spokesperson, made the remark Monday after the presidential bet maintained his lead in the presidential race survey.
“The result of the Pulse Asia survey has again debunked the fake narrative being forced by some small segment of our society on the current sentiments and vote preference of us, Filipinos,” Rodriguez said in a statement.
“While some of them may claim that they are winning in ‘Twitter’ and ‘Google’ searches, frontrunner Bongbong Marcos is winning the battle with the Filipino people,” he added.
Rodriguez thanked Filipinos “for their unwavering trust in the leadership capabilities and competence of presidential frontrunner Bongbong Marcos to lead us through this most challenging period of our history.”
The results, which were released on Monday, showed that Marcos got 60 percent followed by Vice President Leni Robredo at 15 percent.
Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso garnered 10 percent, while Senators Manny Pacquiao and Panfilo Lacson got 8 percent and 2 percent, respectively.
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