Even in Magdalo Survey, Trillanes Ranks 2nd to the Last

SEN. ANTONIO Trillanes IV's own poll survey demonstrated he kept on slacking in the six-way VP race with two months to go before the May 9 elections.

His military rebel group turned-party-list, Magdalo, reported Sunday that Trillanes was in fifth spot among the six VP competitors in their recent survey. 

The study allegedly had Sen. Grace Poe, whom Trillanes has embraced for president, in a tight race against Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for the top spot. 

The Magdalo said it had been directing month to month pre-race reviews for president, VP and senator since September. 

In an announcement, Magdalo party-list Rep. Ashley Acedillo said the Supreme Court's 9-6 choice permitting Poe to keep running for president in spite of inquiries concerning her citizenship and residency ought to support her review standing. 

He didn't say how Trillanes could help his own evaluations. Magdalo said that Poe was the decision of 31 percent of their almost 3,000 respondents, while 29.5 percent went for Duterte. 

With a margin of error of plus and minus 1.8 percent, the two were measurably tied. 

Vice President Jejomar Binay, allegedly got 21.5 percent, current administration's bet Mar Roxas 14.3 percent and Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago 3.3 percent. 

The Magdalo said the poll demonstrated a nearby VP race between Senators Francis Escudero and Ferdinand Marcos Jr., who got approval of 29.4 percent and 28.7 percent of respondents, individually. 

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The group said Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo was in third place with 15.8 percent, dislodging Sen. Alan Cayetano who got 11.4 percent. 

Trillanes' 10.3 percent landed him in fifth spot, ahead just of kindred previous military agitator Sen. Gregorio Honasan with 3.8 percent. 

Regardless of the fact that he loses, Trillanes will at present be a Senator with three years staying of his six-year term. The same is valid with Poe, Escudero, Cayetano and Honasan. 

Santiago and Marcos, then again, will be venturing down as legislators on June 30.

Source: Inquirer

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