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Butuan University’s April survey shows the BBM-Sara duo leading.

BUTUAN CITY, PHILIPPINES – According to a poll conducted by a Catholic institution in the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Sara Duterte are the most popular candidates for the country’s top positions.

The study, which was the second of its sort, was performed by Father Saturnino Urios University’s Research and Publication department from April 18 to 27.

“A total of 4,789 respondents from 86 barangays in Butuan City participated in the second phase of the survey,” the FSUU Research and Publication said in a statement on Wednesday.

It was stated that survey participants represent approximately 2% of registered voters in each barangay, with a confidence level of 95%.

Marcos leads the FSUU poll on presidential preference with 60.39 percent, followed by Leni Robredo with 12.03 percent and Manny Pacquiao with 4.49 percent.

Candidate Isko Moreno Domagoso is in fourth place with 2.88 percent, Panfilo Lacson has 1.25 percent, and Leody de Guzman has 0.17 percent.

The results showed that 18.63 percent of individuals questioned throughout the study were still uncertain.

Duterte also dominated the vice-presidential poll with 72.44 percent, followed by nominee Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan with 5.78 percent and Vicente Sotto with 2.09 percent.

From March 28 to April 6, the FSUU conducted the first phase of its opinion poll, with Marcos receiving the highest score of 58.21%, followed by Robredo with 11.14 percent, and Pacquiao with 3.60 percent.

Duterte received 68.56 percent in the first phase of the poll, followed by Pangilinan with 5.24 percent and Sotto with 2.32 percent.

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