Duterte keeps lead in Laylo survey
MANILA - Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte retained his lead against other presidential candidates in the final Laylo 2016 pre-election survey conducted for The Standard.
Duterte got 32.43% in in the nationwide poll survey conducted between April 27 and May 1, according to The Standard Poll.
Senator Grace Poe and former Interior Secretary Mar Roxas were in a statistical tie in second place with 24.58% and 21.67%, respectively.
Vice-President Jejomar Binay is in fourth place with 15.44%, followed by Miriam Defensor Santiago with 2.37%.
The margin of error for the survey was 1.8 %. It had 3,000 respondents.
Duterte's numbers remain strong despite allegations by Senator Antonio Trillanes that the tough-talking mayor failed to declare his wealth in his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth, as required by law. Trillanes made the allegations during the period covered by the survey.
Despite his strong polling, the presidential aspirant from Davao posted lowered ratings in the National Capital Region (NCR) and the Visayas.
Poe became the top choice for NCR with 32%. She was followed by Duterte who had 29%.
Roxas maintained a wide lead in the Visayas with 41 %. Duterte came in distant second with 25 %.
Duterte also leads ABS-CBN survey
Duterte's lead was also evident in the ABS-CBN survey conducted by Pulse Asia. [SURVEY: ]
In the survey conducted by Pulse Asia from April 26 to 29, Duterte kept his 33% rating for a second week in a row.
Roxas is in a statistical tie for second place and 11 points behind Duterte with 22%, 2 points up from his previous rating of 20%. Poe was the choice of 21%, 1 point shy of her previous 22% rating.
Binay polled 17%, 1 point down from his previous 18% rating. Santiago got a 2% rating for the 2nd week in a row.
A total of 4,000 respondents were polled in the latest ABS-CBN Pulse Asia survey that has a margin of error of 1.5%.