Manila mayoralty race still up in the air
The contest to be the next mayor of the country’s capital is far from decided, based on the results of a survey from Publicus Asia.
While Manila Vice Mayor Honey Lacuna got the biggest percentage among the candidates with 26 percent, a bigger number of voters, 28 percent, remain undecided on their choice.
Another 13 percent went for Alex Lopez, while 9 percent were for Amado Bagatsing.
Onofre Abad got 7 percent, Christy Lim 6 percent, Elmer Jamias 4 percent, and Francis Pizarra 4 percent.
Another 3 percent would not be voting for any of the candidates for mayor.
The contest for vice mayor is not a done deal, either.
Raymond Bagatsing got 31 percent, but 28 percent are undecided.
Lacuna’s running mate Yul Servo got 17 percent, Lucy Lapinig 14 percent, and Arvin Reyes 19 percent.
The survey was conducted from April 8 to 13 and has a margin of error of +/- 10 percent.