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LIST: Which areas have yet to transmit their PH election results?

/ 07:52 PM May 13, 2016

UPDATE: The unofficial tally by the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) and the Inquirer unofficial results through the Comelec-GMA transparency mirror server ended on May 18, 2016. Congress is set to begin the official count of the results for president and vice president on May 25.

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In the days that have passed since the voting period for the 2016 Philippine national and local elections, the results from the hundreds of thousands of precincts from around the world have slowed in their transmission.

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As of 2:45 p.m. on May 13, 2016, 3,848 precincts from both the Philippines and around the world remain to be transmitted and counted. The number is based on the Comelec-GMA transparency server that is a mirror of the server used by the PPCRV.

As of writing, too, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte is presumptively the next president of the republic while the race toward the vice presidency remains tight between Camarines Rep. Leni Robredo and Sen. Bongbong Marcos, with the congresswoman leading by only a little over 200,000 votes.

Just how big of a dent can the remaining precincts make in the national and local races? Perhaps the presidential race is all but official, but with Robredo leading the vice presidential race by only a little over 200,000 votes, every vote counts.

INQUIRER.net lists in this article the remaining registered voters whose ballots have yet to be transmitted to the servers manned by the Commission on Elections (Comelec). The specific location and IDs of the precincts were excluded for security purposes.

Note that the number of registered voters does not equate to actual votes that will be transmitted. Going by Comelec’s 81.62-percent total voter turnout, only 17,721 voters cast their ballot of Metro Manila’s total remaining 21,712 voters.



3,848 PRECINCTS LEFT

UNTIL 100-PERCENT TRANSMISSION
(As of 2:45 p.m., May 13, 2016)
Legend: Province/Country – Total Registered Voters

(Disclaimer: The number of registered voters does not equate to actual votes that will be transmitted. Example: Going by Comelec’s 81.62-percent total voter turnout, an estimated 17,721 voters cast their ballot of Metro Manila’s total remaining 21,712 voters.)

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NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION – 21,712

REGION I

  • Ilocos Norte – 1,121
  • Ilocos Sur – 1,961
  • La Union – 571
  • Pangasinan – 34,040

REGION II

  • Cagayan – 16,110
  • Isabela – 20,534
  • Nueva Vizcaya – 24,502

CAR

  • Abra – 2,870
  • Apayao – 1,153
  • Benguet – 2,819
  • Ifugao – 2,889
  • Kalinga – 8,217
  • Mountain Province – 11,659

REGION III

  • Bataan – 779
  • Nueva Ecija – 1,222
  • Pampanga – 978
  • Zambales – 1,287

REGION IV-A

  • Batangas – 3,046
  • Cavite – 520
  • Laguna – 4,509
  • Quezon – 12,657
  • Rizal – 1,555

REGION IV-B

  • Marinduque – 7,223
  • Mindoro Oriental – 15,249
  • Palawan – 7,219
  • Romblon – 9,720

REGION V

  • Albay – 8,586
  • Camarines Sur – 514
  • Catanduanes – 793
  • Masbate – 11,653
  • Sorsogon – 44,702

NIR

  • Negros Occidental – 44,731
  • Negros Oriental – 3,924

REGION VI

  • Aklan – 6,327
  • Antique – 8,791
  • Capiz – 15,410
  • Iloilo – 11,436

REGION VII

  • Bohol – 8,597
  • Cebu – 27,091

REGION VIII

  • Biliran – 2,160
  • Northern Samar – 5,286
  • Eastern Samar – 3,109
  • Western Samar – 1,867
  • Leyte – 9,861
  • Southern Leyte – 4,747

REGION IX

  • Zamboanga del Norte – 28,639
  • Zamboanga Sibugay – 2,638
  • Zamboanga del Sur – 21,096

REGION X

  • Bukidnon – 25,532
  • Lanao del Norte – 22,495
  • Lanao del Norte – 119,793
  • Misamis Occidental – 16,925

REGION XI

  • Compostela Valley – 7,162
  • Davao del Norte – 23,304
  • Davao del Sur – 4,101
  • Davao Occidental – 29,332
  • Davao Oriental – 40,456

REGION XII

  • Sarangani – 677
  • South Cotabato – 32,545
  • Sultan Kudarat – 33,621

REGION XIII

  • Agusan del Norte – 29,950
  • Agusan del Sur – 6,672
  • Dinagat Islands – 8,437
  • Surigao del Norte – 39,221
  • Surigao del Sur – 116,551

ARMM

  • Basilan – 23,912
  • Maguindanao – 97,642
  • Sulu – 78,623
  • Tawi-Tawi – 3,217

OVERSEAS ABSENTEE VOTERS

  • Afghanistan – 1,139
  • Argentina – 666
  • Australia – 8,413
  • Austria – 1,653
  • Bangladesh – 612
  • Brazil – 1,553
  • Brunei – 10,169
  • Brussels – 2,454
  • Budapest – 708
  • Cambodia – 1,848
  • Canada – 78,421
  • Chile – 495
  • China – 114,379
  • Cyprus – 3,577
  • Denmark – 886
  • Ecuador – 108
  • Egypt – 2,888
  • Germany – 5,993
  • Greece – 6,715
  • Finland – 721
  • France – 4,553
  • Iceland – 111
  • India – 607
  • Indonesia – 2,618
  • Iran – 359
  • Israel – 14,216
  • Japan – 22,175
  • Jordan – 6,533
  • Kuwait – 55,524
  • Mexico – 2,014
  • Myanmar – 427
  • Netherlands – 2,752
  • New Zealand – 9,545
  • Norway – 2,691
  • Oman – 11,428
  • Pakistan – 745
  • Papua New Guinea – 4,139
  • Peru – 116
  • Poland – 363
  • Portugal – 11,798
  • Prague – 484
  • Russia – 1,515
  • Saudi Arabia – 207,083
  • Sweden – 830
  • Switzerland – 4,741
  • United Arab Emirates – 169,901
  • United States – 175,237
  • United Kingdom – 3,043
  • Thailand – 6,328
  • Timor-Leste – 802
  • Turkey – 2,293
  • Vatican – 875
  • Vietnam – 2,164
  • African Continent – 7,812
  • Rest of Asia – 103
  • Rest of Europe – 319
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