BBM-SARA UNITEAM STILL TOPS ONLINE MOCK POLLS

BBM-SARA UNITEAM STILL TOPS ONLINE MOCK POLLS

Presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos (right) and Sara Duterte (left)

MANILA — With a wide margin, the BBM-Sara team tops the survey polls once again.

The formidable tandem of Presidential aspirant Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. and vice presidential bet Sara Duterte, dubbed, “BBM-Sara Uniteam” since both believe in, and are firm advocates of, unifying leadership, remains leading in the world’s first and largest blockchain simulated elections organized by PUBLICUS ASIA INC. and iVote.ph.

Although the polls are still ongoing, a total of 3,800 votes were already cast for the presidential race as of Friday (November 19, 2021) afternoon, followed by 90 and 57 for the vice-presidential and senatorial positions, respectively.

The votes indicated that those who joined the poll were more focused on the presidential race.

Marcos was number one in the presidential derby with 3,496 votes (90.10 percent), followed by Leni Robredo with 313 votes (8.06 percent).

Manila Mayor Francisco ‘Isko Moreno’ Domagoso had 38 votes (0.9 percent), Sen. Emmanuel ‘Manny’ Pacquiao with 11 votes (0.2 percent) and Sen. Christopher ‘Bong’ Go had one vote (0.02 percent).

Sara Duterte was leading the vice presidential race with 80 votes (88.88 percent), followed by Sen. Francis ‘Kiko’ Pangilinan with five votes (0.05 percent), Willie Ong with three votes (0.03 percent), and Sen. Vicente ‘Tito’ Sotto and Rep. Lito Atienza getting one vote each (0.01 percent).

President Rodrigo Duterte led the mock senatorial election with 33 votes (57.89 percent), followed by former Public Works Secretary Mark Villar, 11 votes (19.29 percent).

Meanwhile, Gov. Francisco ‘Chiz’ Escudero, broadcaster Raffy Tulfo and former senator Antonio Trillanes shared a triple tie with two votes apiece (0.3 percent).

PUBLICUS ASIA Inc. and iVote.ph teamed up to host the first and largest blockchain election simulation in the country and invited Filipinos from more than 150 countries to support the simulated polls.

The creators of iVote.ph digital voting system, 12-year old Rein Lewis Pecson, and Niel Fernandez, Jr., said their system could not be easily hacked.

The mock elections started last Wednesday, November 17, 2021.

(ai/mtvn)

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