Rappler talked to Dr. Ana Maria Tabunda, director of Pulse Asia Research, about surveys and the national elections.
In Pulse Asia's most recent survey on the upcoming 2016 presidential elections, neophyte senator Grace Poe overtook poll frontrunner Vice President Jejomar Binay. The survey conducted by Pulse Asia from May 30 to June 5 showed Poe with a preference rating of 30% nationwide, compared to Binay’s 22%.
This is the first time Binay didn’t top quarterly surveys on the 2016 presidential polls since he declared his intention to seek the nation's highest post a few years ago.
How will these numbers affect Binay's bid? Watch Tabunda's interview here. – Rappler.com