Here's a look at the consolidated official tally sheets of the Certificates of Canvass for the 2016 presidential and vice-presidential elections.
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Rep. Leni Robredo have officially won the May 9 presidential and vice-presidential elections, respectively, based on the final tally of votes by Congress sitting as the National Board of Canvassers.
Duterte, now all but proclaimed as the president-elect, had a lead of 6,623,822 over his closest rival, Mar Roxas. Grace Poe was in third place, followed by Jejomar Binay, Miriam Defensor Santiago, and Roy Seneres.
The final, official tally of votes for President, based on all 167 certificates of canvass (COCs), are:
- Duterte - 16,601,997
- Roxas - 9,978,175
- Poe - 9,100,991
- Binay - 5,416,140
- Defensor Santiago - 1,455,532
- Seneres 25,779
Robredo ran neck and neck with Marcos in the vice-presidential race. The son of the former dictator enjoyed a lead of much as close to 3 million votes before Robredo caught up.
She finished the race with a lead of 263,473 over Marcos.
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano placed third, followed by senators Chiz Escudero, Antonio Trillanes, and Gregorio Honasan.
The final, official tally of votes for Vice-President, based on all 167 COCs, are:
- Robredo - 14,418,817
- Marcos - 14,155,344
- Cayetano - 5,903,379
- Escudero - 4,931,962
- Trillanes - 868,501
- Honasan - 788,881