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    MR2 – UB2011-4 MR on Senatorial Preferences (FINAL).pdf Download this file From: “Pulse Asia Inc.” < pulse.asia.inc@gmail.com > Date: Wed, 07 Dec 2011 10:12:53 +0800 To: <Invalid address> Subject: Pulse Asia’s November 2011 Nationwide Survey on Fili pinos’ Senatorial Preferences for the May 2013 E…
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      • George Palaganas The 8 page Report ——– Nov 2013 Elections

        MEDIA RELEASE
        (December 07, 2011)

        FROM: Prof. Ronald D. Holmes
        President

        Pulse Asia, Inc.

        RE: Pulse Asia’s November 2011 Nationwide Survey on

        Filipinos’ Senatorial Preferences for the May 2013 Elections

        Pulse Asia is pleased to share with you some findings on Filipinos’ Senatorial
        Preferences for the May 2013 Elections
        from the November 2011 Ulat ng Bayan
        national survey. We request you to assist us in informing the public by disseminating this
        information.

        The survey fieldwork was conducted from November 10 to 23, 2011 using face-
        to-face interviews. The following developments dominated the headlines: (1) the
        Supreme Court’s issuance of a temporary restraining order (TRO) on the watch list order
        against former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and former First Gentleman Jose
        Miguel T. Arroyo; (2) acting on orders of Department of Justice Secretary Leila de Lima,
        the immigration officials’ preventing the former First Couple from
        leaving the country
        despite the SC TRO; (3) the arrest of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on 18
        November 2011
        on charges of electoral fraud in the May 2007 elections; (4) the murder
        of a son of former Senator Ramon Revilla, Sr.
        and the alleged involvement of family
        members in the murder plot; (5)
        the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
        Summit and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit
        attended by President
        Benigno S. Aquino III; (6) the visit to the Philippines by U.S. State Secretary Hillary
        Clinton
        and South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak; (7) the Bureau of Internal
        Revenue’s (BIR) continued campaign against tax evaders; (8) the commemoration of the
        second anniversary of the Maguindanao massacre; (9) the issuance of a hold departure order against retired Maj. Gen. Jacinto Ligot and his wife following the filing of tax
        evasion charges against the couple; (10) government financial assistance given to several
        rebel groups; (11) the Supreme Court decision mandating the distribution of the lands of
        Hacienda Luisita to about 6,000 farmer beneficiaries; (12) the passage of the national
        budget by the Senate and (13) depreciation of the Philippine peso and increase in diesel
        prices and power rates. Other developments during this period include Saranggani
        Representative Emmanuel D. Pacquiao’s controversial win over Mexican boxer Juan
        Manuel Marquez, the appointment of Maj. Gen. Emmanuel Bautista as the new chief of
        the Philippine Army and the inclusion of the Palawan Underground River as one of the
        provisional winners in the search for the new seven wonders of nature.

        As in our previous surveys, this nationwide survey is based on a sample of 1,200
        representative adults 18 years old and above. It has a ± 3% error margin at the 95%
        confidence level. Subnational estimates for each of the geographic areas covered in the
        survey (i.e., Metro Manila, the rest of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao) have a ± 6% error
        margin, also at 95% confidence level. Those interested in further technical details
        concerning the survey’s questionnaire and sampling design may request Pulse Asia in
        writing for fuller details, including copies of the pre-tested questions actually used.

        Pulse Asia’s pool of academic fellows takes full responsibility for the design and
        conduct of the survey, as well as for analyses it makes based on the survey data. In
        keeping with our academic nature, no religious, political, economic, or partisan group
        influenced any of these processes. Pulse Asia undertakes Ulat ng Bayan surveys on its
        own without any party singularly commissioning the research effort.

        For any clarification or questions, kindly contact Prof. Ronald D. Holmes, Pulse Asia
        President at 09189335497 or Dr. Ana Maria Tabunda, Pulse Asia Chief Research Fellow
        at 09189436816.

        Pulse Asia’s November 2011 Ulat ng Bayan Survey:
        Media Release on Filipinos’ Senatorial Preferences for the May 2013 Elections
        07 December 2011

        Filipinos are naming a mean of 9 and a median of 11 senatorial candidates (out
        of 12) for the coming midterm elections; about one in two Filipinos (47%)
        already has a complete slate for the May 2013 elections

        Even though there are still 18 months to go before the next senatorial
        elections, public interest in the electoral exercise is already apparent with
        Filipinos naming a mean of 9 and a median of 11 of their preferred senatorial
        candidates (out of a maximum of 12) for May 2013. Across geographic areas and
        socio-demographic groupings, mean figures range from 7 in the oldest age group
        and among Ilocanos to 11 among Warays while median figures vary from 9
        among residents of rural Luzon, those aged 65 years old and above, those with at
        best an elementary education, college graduates, Aglipayans, Ilocanos,
        Kapampangans and Bicolanos to 12 among Visayans and particularly rural
        Visayans, Mindanaoans, those aged 18-34 years old, those with some high school
        education and high school graduates, members of Iglesia ni Cristo, those with
        other religious affiliations, Cebuanos, Warays and those from other
        ethnolinguistic groupings. Overall, 47% of Filipinos are already naming 12 of
        their favored candidates for the May 2013 elections. (Please refer to Tables 1 and 2.)
        Table 1
        2013 ELECTIONS:
        SENATORIAL FILL-UP RATES
        November 10 – 23, 2011 / Philippines
        (Estimated
        Population
        Demographic variables
        Percentage)
        MeanMedian
        Total Philippines(100%)911
        NCR(13%)911
        Balance Luzon(44%)810
        Urban(21%)910
        Rural(23%)89
        Visayas(20%)912
        Urban(7%)910
        Rural(13%)1012
        Mindanao(23%)1012
        Urban(7%)912
        Rural(16%)1012
        Total Urban(49%)910
        Total Rural(51%)911
        Class ABC(7%)810
        TOTAL D(66%)911
        D1 (owns res’l lot)(46%)911
        D2 (does not own res’l lot)(20%)911
        E(27%)910
        Male(50%)911
        Female(50%)911
        18-24 years old(16%)1012
        25-34(24%)912
        35-44(21%)810
        45-54(17%)911
        55-64(14%)810
        65 & up(8%)79
        Page 1 of 2
        Base: Total Interviews

        December 7, 2011 at 2:01pm · Like
      • George Palaganas Table 1
        2013 ELECTIONS:
        SENATORIAL FILL-UP RATES
        November 10 – 23, 2011 / Philippines
        (Estimated
        Population
        Demographic variables
        Percentage)
        MeanMedian
        Total Philippines(100%)911
        No formal educ/elem grad(22%)89
        Some HS(13%)1012
        Completed HS(32%)912
        Vocational(9%)910
        Some college(12%)911
        Completed coll/post coll(11%)89
        Total Working(54%)911
        Government(5%)911
        Private(15%)911
        Self-employed(22%)911
        Farmer/Fisherfolk(12%)910
        Not Working(46%)911
        Roman Catholic(83%)911
        Iglesia Ni Cristo(3%)812
        Aglipayan(3%)89
        Islam(3%)910
        Others(7%)912
        Tagalog(39%)910
        Ilocano(5%)79
        Pangasinense(2%)1011
        Kapampangan(4%)89
        Bicolano(7%)89
        Ilonggo(8%)911
        Cebuano(26%)1012
        Waray(1%)1112
        Others(9%)912

        Table 2
        2013 ELECTIONS: NUMBER OF SENATORIAL PREFERENCES
        November 10 – 23, 2011 / Philippines
        (Estimated
        Population
        Demographic variables
        Percentage)
        0123456789101112
        Total Philippines(100%)
        51343555566547
        NCR(13%)
        52224356756450
        Balance Luzon(44%)
        71444765567539
        Visayas(20%)
        221823244104452
        Mindanao(23%)
        51122465557355
        Class ABC(7%)
        112636425848636
        TOTAL D(66%)
        51234555656448
        E(27%)
        324815633106545
        Base: Total Interviews, 100%

        Fifteen probable candidates for senator have a statistical chance of making it to
        the Senate in the May 2013 elections

        If the May 2013 elections were held in early November 2011, fifteen
        individuals would have a statistical chance of winning a senatorial seat. Most of
        the probable winners are either former or incumbent members of the Senate.
        Emerging in the top spot is Senator Francis G. Escudero (65.6%), with Senator
        Loren Legarda (58.9%) in second place. Meanwhile, Transportation and
        Communications Secretary Manuel A. Roxas II (43.0%) is in 3
        rd
        -4
        th
        places. Also in
        3
        rd
        place (with his lowest showing being 5
        th
        place) is Senator Alan Peter S.
        Cayetano (40.3%). Completing the top five is former Vice-President Noli de
        Castro whose overall voter preference of 34.8% puts him anywhere from 4
        th
        to 8
        th

        places. (Please refer to Table 3.)

        Sharing 5
        th
        to 12
        th
        places are San Juan City Representative Joseph Victor
        Ejercito (30.4%), Senator Gregorio B. Honasan (29.6%) and Cagayan
        Representative Juan Ponce Enrile, Jr. (29.5%). Senator Aquilino Martin Pimentel
        III (29.4%) and Justice Secretary Leila M. de Lima (29.4%) land in 6
        th
        to 12
        th

        places. Other probable winners are Senator Antonio F. Trillanes IV (28.7%),
        former Senator Juan Miguel F. Zubiri (26.9%), Aurora Province Representative
        Juan Edgardo M. Angara (24.3%), former Senator Ana Madrigal (24.0%) and
        former Senator Richard J. Gordon (22.1%). At best, these individuals would find
        themselves in 6
        th
        to 12
        th
        places but their lowest statistical rankings – 14
        th
        to 20
        th

        places – would put them out of the winners’ circle. Less than one in ten Filipinos
        (5.2%) does not have/refuses to name any preferred candidate for the May 2013
        senatorial elections.

        Table 3
        2013 ELECTIONS: SENATORIAL PREFERENCES
        November 10 – 23, 2011 / Philippines
        (Multiple Response, up to 12 names allowed)
        Base: Total Interviews, 100%
        Aware
        Voting For
        Rank
        ESCUDERO, Francis “Chiz” G.
        9965.61
        LEGARDA, Loren
        10058.92
        ROXAS, Manuel “Mar” A. II
        9343.03-4
        CAYETANO, Alan Peter “Compañero” S.
        9940.33-5
        DE CASTRO, Noli “Kabayan”
        9534.84-8
        EJERCITO, Joseph Victor “JV Estrada”
        9630.45-12
        HONASAN, Gregorio “Gringo” B.
        9929.65-12
        ENRILE, Juan Ponce “Jack Enrile” JR.
        8829.55-12
        PIMENTEL, Aquilino Martin “Koko” III
        9729.46-12
        DE LIMA, Leila M.
        9429.46-12
        TRILLANES, Antonio “Sonny” F. IV
        9828.76-14
        ZUBIRI, Juan Miguel “Migz” F.
        9626.96-15
        ANGARA, Juan Edgardo “Sonny” M.
        8824.311-17
        MADRIGAL, Ana “Jamby”
        8824.011-17
        GORDON, Richard “Dick” J.
        8922.112-20
        DEFENSOR, Michael “Mike” T.
        8621.213-21
        SANCHEZ, Korina
        9520.713-21
        REVILLAME, Willie
        9518.815-22
        TEODORO, Gilbert “Gibo” C.
        8818.115-22
        BINAY, Ma. Lourdes Nancy “Nancy”
        5117.815-22
        BIAZON, Rozzano Rufino “Ruffy” B.
        6917.316-22
        MARCOS, Imee R.
        8914.718-29
        DE VENECIA, Jose III “Joey” P.
        8112.122-30
        LIM, Danilo “General Danny” D.
        5711.722-33
        MERCADO, Lani
        9311.222-33
        DUTERTE, Sara
        5411.222-33
        ENRIQUEZ, Mike
        8911.022-33
        MAGSAYSAY, Ma. Milagros “Mitos” H.
        4911.022-33
        HONTIVEROS-BARAQUEL, Ana “Risa Hontiveros”
        6311.022-33
        GOMEZ, Richard “Goma”
        959.223-38
        PICHAY, Prospero “Butch” C. Jr.
        828.524-39
        HAGEDORN, Edward “Ed”
        578.424-39
        AQUINO, Paolo Benigno “Bam” A.
        398.424-39
        MONSOD, Solita “Mareng Winnie” C.
        747.230-44
        QUERUBIN, Ariel “Marines” O.
        587.130-44

        December 7, 2011 at 2:02pm · Like
      • George Palaganas Q106. Kun
        an
        nasabin
        halalan sa 2013 a
        isasa
        awa n
        a
        on, sinu-sino sa m
        a sumusunod na
        na
        ersonalidad an
        in
        on
        iboboto kun
        sakalin
        sila a
        kakandidato sa
        a
        ka-senador?
        Puwede ka
        on

        umili n
        han
        an
        12
        an
        alan.
        SHOWLIST
        Q107. Ma
        nabasa o narini
        na ba ka
        o n
        kahit na ano tun
        kol sa m
        a sumusunod kahit na kailan
        Page 1 of 2

        Table 3
        2013 ELECTIONS: SENATORIAL PREFERENCES
        November 10 – 23, 2011 / Philippines
        (Multiple Response, up to 12 names allowed)
        Base: Total Interviews, 100%
        Aware
        Voting For
        Rank
        MANZANO, Eduardo “Edu” B.
        957.030-44
        GONZALES, Neptali “Boyet” M. II
        526.730-45
        REMULLA, Gilbert C.
        646.630-45
        ACOSTA, Jr. Nereus “Neric” O.
        396.131-48
        GOLEZ, Roilo S.
        525.134-55
        OCAMPO, Saturnino “Satur” C.
        704.834-57
        COJUANGCO, Mark O.
        374.734-57
        TABERNA, Anthony “Ka Tonying”
        554.635-59
        VILLAFUERTE, Luis Raymond “LRay” JR.
        324.635-59
        GARCIA, Gwendolyn “Gwen”
        404.138-61
        TOLENTINO, Francis N.
        694.039-61
        LACIERDA, Edwin
        763.839-62
        MANDANAS, Hermilando “Dodo” I.
        233.839-62
        TAMANO, Adel A.
        413.740-62
        PADACA, Grace
        393.540-62
        ABAD, Florencio “Butch” B.
        373.540-62
        PUNO, Ronaldo “Ronnie”
        563.340-62
        SOLIMAN, Corazon “Dinky” J.
        623.240-63
        QUEZON, Manuel “Manolo” L. III
        353.140-64
        CLAVIO, Arnold “Igan”
        692.940-64
        VILLANUEVA, Emmanuel Joel “Joel” J.
        252.940-64
        TAÑADA, Lorenzo “Erin” R. III
        702.940-64
        WEBB, Joanna Marie “Pinky” P.
        622.642-67
        GATCHALIAN, Sherwin “Win” T.
        642.642-67
        ZAMORA, Ronaldo “Ronnie”
        312.445-67
        CASIÑO, Teddy A.
        382.445-67
        DURANO, Joseph Ace “Ace”
        432.047-70
        ROBREDO, Jesse “Jess”
        401.553-71
        DOMINGO, Gregory “Greg”
        621.454-71
        FARIÑAS, Rodolfo “Rudy” C.
        261.258-71
        PANLILIO, Eduardo “Among Ed”
        461.158-71
        CARANDANG, Ramon “Ricky” A.
        651.158-71
        SUAREZ, Danilo “Danny”
        280.962-71
        TUPAS, Niel JR. C.
        240.962-71
        ALCALA, Proceso “Procy” J.
        640.862-71
        DE QUIROS, Conrado “Conrad”
        230.463-71
        None / Refused / Undecided
        —5.2—

        December 7, 2011 at 2:02pm · Like
      • George Palaganas Q106. Kun
        an
        nasabin
        halalan sa 2013 a
        isasa
        awa n
        a
        on, sinu-sino sa m
        a sumusunod na
        na
        ersonalidad an
        in
        on
        iboboto kun
        sakalin
        sila a
        kakandidato sa
        a
        ka-senador?
        Puwede ka
        on

        umili n
        han
        an
        12
        an
        alan.
        SHOWLIST
        Q107. Ma
        nabasa o narini
        na ba ka
        o n
        kahit na ano tun
        kol sa m
        a sumusunod kahit na kailan?

        December 7, 2011 at 2:02pm · Like
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