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VP BINAY REGAINS TOP SPOT IN PULSE ASIA SURVEY. DUTERTE 2nd, POE 3rd, ROXAS 4th; CHIZ TOP VP CHOICE, BONGBONG 2nd


DECEMBER 22 -Vice President Jejomar Binay topped the latest Pulse Asia presidential survey. His score jumped from 19 percent in September to 33 percent in December. Philstar.com/AJ Bolando, file Vice President Jejomar Binay regained the top spot in the latest Pulse Asia presidential survey released on Tuesday. Binay, the presidential candidate of the United Nationalist Alliance, topped the survey with 33 percent. Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte ranked second with 23 percent, followed by Sen. Grace Poe with 21 percent. Both Duterte and Poe are facing disqualification cases before the Commission on Elections. READ: After filing cases vs Poe, David wants Duterte disqualified  Liberal Party standard bearer Manuel "Mar" Roxas II ranked fourth with 17 percent while Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago scored 4 percent. Meanwhile, Sen. Francis "Chiz" Escudero emerged as the top bet for the vice presidential race with 29 percent. Sen. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. ranked second with 23 percent followed by Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano with 18 percent. Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo scored 14 percent while Sen. Gregorio "Gringo" Honasan II and Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV scored 9 percent and 4 percent, respectively. The survey was conducted from December 4 to 11. Last September, Poe topped the presidential and vice presidential survey for the May 2016 elections. On the other hand, Duterte topped the presidential survey among Metro Manila residents conducted last November. READ MORE...

ALSO: Satisfaction rating of top govt execs nrxt to the President down in Q4 - SWS


DECEMBER 22 -FROM LEFT, VP BINAY, REP. BELMONTE, SEN. DRILON, JUSTICE SERENO: Among the four top officials next to President Aquino, Senate President Franklin Drilon suffered the biggest dip in net satisfaction rating from +42 in September to +7 (38 percent satisfied, 31 percent dissatisfied) in December. FROM MANILA BULLETIN FILE Public satisfaction with the country’s top leaders plunged in the fourth quarter of the year, with Senate President Franklin Drilon and Vice President Jejomar Binay suffering the biggest drop, a survey by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) showed. The survey, conducted from Dec. 5 to 8, found Drilon’s net satisfaction score dipping 35 points from a “good” 42 in September to a personal record-low “neutral” 7 (38 percent satisfied, 31 percent dissatisfied). Binay’s net satisfaction rating, meanwhile, slipped nine points to a personal record-low of “moderate” 24 (52 percent satisfied, 28 percent dissatisfied) from 33 (58 percent satisfied, 25 percent dissatisfied) in September. The Vice President’s net satisfaction score used to be very good to excellent from March 2011 to September 2014, and good from December 2014 to September 2015, the SWS said. Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno also suffered a five-point decrease in her satisfaction rating, hitting a personal record-low of “neutral” -1 (29 percent satisfied, 31 percent dissatisfied) from September’s 4. SWS noted that out of its 13 surveys conducted since December 2012, Sereno obtained moderate rating in eight and neutral in five. READ MORE...

ALSO: Binay, Poe tied at No. 1, SWS: Chiz keeps lead in VP race


DECEMBER 24 -In the September SWS poll, Poe obtained 26 percent while Binay got 24 percent. Binay, standard-bearer of the opposition United Nationalist Alliance (UNA), also topped the Pulse Asia December 2015 presidential survey. Philstar.com/File
Five months before the 2016 elections, Vice President Jejomar Binay and Sen. Grace Poe were tied at the top spot in the latest presidential survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations Inc. (SWS) and newspaper BusinessWorld.
Based on the findings of the pre-election survey from Dec. 12 to 14, Binay and Poe both received 26 percent voter preference. In the September SWS poll, Poe obtained 26 percent while Binay got 24 percent. Binay, standard-bearer of the opposition United Nationalist Alliance (UNA), also topped the Pulse Asia December 2015 presidential survey. Poe, who was disqualified from the race yesterday by the full Commission on Elections (Comelec), said she was humbled by the support and she remained a candidate. Binay’s camp thanked the people for their support. The BW-SWS survey had 1,200 respondents nationwide with sampling error margins of plus or minus three percentage points. Administration standard-bearer Mar Roxas placed third with 22 percent – up from September’s 20 percent – followed by Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte whose rating stayed at 20 percent. Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago’s rating went up two points to four percent in December while OFW Family party-list Rep. Roy Señeres obtained zero vote. The administration coalition expressed optimism that the survey numbers of Roxas would improve. In the vice-presidential race, Sen. Francis Escudero retained his lead with a 30 percent voter preference. He got a 20 percent rating in September. READ MORE...

ALSO: New group proclaims support for Binay


DECEMBER 24 -Muslims, Christians and lumad banded together in support of the presidential bid of Vice President Jejomar Binay. At least 40 core leaders of the Integrated Alliance and Movement for Binay (I AM for BINAY!) met on Wednesday in Greenhills, San Juan City (Metro Manila) to discuss the intricacies of their nationwide campaign. “More than a year of relentless attacks against the person of the Vice President and his family members, the people—the downtrodden Filipinos—have spoken through the latest survey,” Maulan “Alan” Balangi, chairman of the group said, referring to the latest Pulse Asia survey that showed Binay leading by considerable margin against other aspirants. In the December 4 to 11, 2015 survey, Binay got the nod of 33 percent of the 1,800 respondents. He was followed by Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte with 23 percent, and Sen. Grace Poe, 21 percent. “The vindication has started. The roses bloomed anew after a relentless baseless accusations,” Balangi added. Interestingly, the same survey showed that Binay is popular among the E and D classes, getting 42 percent and 30 percent, respectively. Binay is also ahead in the National Capital Region with 30 percent, in the rest of Luzon, 34 percent and the Visayas, 34 percent. Duterte is ahead in Mindanao and among the ABC bracket. Revor Lasay, secretary general of the group, said their members started organizing small groups in various parts of the country when the Senate Blue Ribbon was investigating Binay in connection with the alleged overpriced construction of the Makati City Hall Building 2.  READ MORE...

ALSO: BINAY ‘weathers’ storm, is Pulse’s frontrunner again


DECEMBER 26 -Binay camp expects black prop revival for being Number 1
The storm infested political waters appear to have receded. After being subjected to what could be the biggest pre-election “demolition job” in the history of Philippine politics for over a year and-a-half, Vice President Jejomar “Jojo” Binay may have finally weathered the political storm as he once again finds himself where he used to be – leading the pack in surveys winning a huge margin over the second placer, Davao City Mayor and PDP-Laban presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte and third placer Sen. Grace Poe. This was after the latest survey conducted by Pulse Asia showed him surging past his political rivals for the 2016 presidential elections. Once the uncontested leader in presidential polls, Binay suddenly found himself in unfamiliar waters, placing second, sometimes even as low as third place after he and his family were subjected to unrelenting politcally motivated attacks by the administration which he used to serve, starting with a legislative probe which accused him and his family of large-scale corruption which was backed by the prostituted offices under the executive department, then “validated” by the Ombudsman, whose recommendation was implemented by the executive branch. However, in the Pulse Asia survey conducted from December 4 to 11 with 1,800 respondents nationwide, Binay appears to have regained lost ground as the results revealed that 33 percent of respondents would vote for him. According to Pulse Asia, “if the May 2016 elections were held during the survey period, 33 percent of Filipinos will elect Binay as the country’s next president.” Erstwhile leader, Senator Poe found herself in a statistical tie with Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for second place. In fact, Duterte even garnered a higher rating than Poe with 23 percent of the respondents rooting for him compared to the senator’s 21 percent.Administration bet Manuel “Mar” Roxas came in at fourth place with 17 percent while Sen.Miriam Defensor Santiago landed at fifth place with four percent. The latest survey also debunked earlier survey results showing Duterte leading the way in Metro Manila as this time it had Binay topping the poll among respondents in the National Capital Region with 30 percent. Binay also topped Balance Luzon with 34 percent and Visayas at 34 percent. The mayor from Davao, however, still remains unbeatable in Mindanao with 43 percent of the respondents showing they would vote for him as president. Binay also retained his hold in Class E where 42 percent of the respondents said they would vote for him in next year’s polls. He also got the highest votes from Class D with 30 percent. READ MORE...


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Binay regains top spot in Pulse Asia survey


Vice President Jejomar Binay topped the latest Pulse Asia presidential survey. His score jumped from 19 percent in September to 33 percent in December. Philstar.com/AJ Bolando, file

MANILA, DECEMBER 28, 2015 (PHILSTAR) By Patricia Lourdes Viray December 22, 2015 - Vice President Jejomar Binay regained the top spot in the latest Pulse Asia presidential survey released on Tuesday.

Binay, the presidential candidate of the United Nationalist Alliance, topped the survey with 33 percent.

Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte ranked second with 23 percent, followed by Sen. Grace Poe with 21 percent.

Both Duterte and Poe are facing disqualification cases before the Commission on Elections.

READ: After filing cases vs Poe, David wants Duterte disqualified

Liberal Party standard bearer Manuel "Mar" Roxas II ranked fourth with 17 percent while Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago scored 4 percent.

Meanwhile, Sen. Francis "Chiz" Escudero emerged as the top bet for the vice presidential race with 29 percent.

Sen. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. ranked second with 23 percent followed by Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano with 18 percent.

Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo scored 14 percent while Sen. Gregorio "Gringo" Honasan II and Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV scored 9 percent and 4 percent, respectively.

The survey was conducted from December 4 to 11.

Last September, Poe topped the presidential and vice presidential survey for the May 2016 elections.

On the other hand, Duterte topped the presidential survey among Metro Manila residents conducted last November.


PHILSTAR

SWS: Satisfaction rating of top government execs down in Q4 By Helen Flores (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 22, 2015 - 12:00am 1 9 googleplus0 0


Malacañang said it will bear in mind the results of the latest SWS survey. STAR/File photo

MANILA, Philippines - Public satisfaction with the country’s top leaders plunged in the fourth quarter of the year, with Senate President Franklin Drilon and Vice President Jejomar Binay suffering the biggest drop, a survey by the Social Weather Stations (SWS) showed.

The survey, conducted from Dec. 5 to 8, found Drilon’s net satisfaction score dipping 35 points from a “good” 42 in September to a personal record-low “neutral” 7 (38 percent satisfied, 31 percent dissatisfied).

Binay’s net satisfaction rating, meanwhile, slipped nine points to a personal record-low of “moderate” 24 (52 percent satisfied, 28 percent dissatisfied) from 33 (58 percent satisfied, 25 percent dissatisfied) in September.

The Vice President’s net satisfaction score used to be very good to excellent from March 2011 to September 2014, and good from December 2014 to September 2015, the SWS said.

Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno also suffered a five-point decrease in her satisfaction rating, hitting a personal record-low of “neutral” -1 (29 percent satisfied, 31 percent dissatisfied) from September’s 4.

SWS noted that out of its 13 surveys conducted since December 2012, Sereno obtained moderate rating in eight and neutral in five.

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Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr.’s net satisfaction rating likewise fell in the fourth quarter to a “neutral” -1 (31 percent satisfied, 32 percent dissatisfied) from 5.


FROM LEFT, VP BINAY, REP. BELMONTE, SEN. DRILON, JUSTICE SERENO: Among the four top officials next to President Aquino, Senate President Franklin Drilon suffered the biggest dip in net satisfaction rating from +42 in September to +7 (38 percent satisfied, 31 percent dissatisfied) in December. FROM MANILA BULLETIN FILE

The results of the Fourth Quarter 2015 Social Weather Survey on public satisfaction with the vice president, Senate president, House speaker, chief justice and top government institutions were published in the newspaper BusinessWorld yesterday.

The same survey showed that satisfaction with the performance of key government institutions went down in the fourth quarter of the year.

The Senate’s satisfaction rating went down by 14 points to “good” 30 from 44.

The House of Representatives’ score dipped 10 points to “moderate” 16 from 26 in September.

The Supreme Court suffered a five-point drop to “moderate” 22 from 27 in September.

The rating of the Cabinet as a whole also plunged to “moderate” 11, from 16 in September.

The SWS interviewed 1,200 adult respondents nationwide.

It has sampling error margins of plus or minus three percentage points for national percentages and plus or minus six percentage points each for Metro Manila, balance of Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao.

Noted Malacañang yesterday said it will bear in mind the results of the latest SWS survey. – With Delon Porcalla


PHILSTAR

Binay, Poe tied at No. 1, SWS: Chiz keeps lead in VP race By Helen Flores (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 24, 2015 - 12:00am 0 1 googleplus0 0


In the September SWS poll, Poe obtained 26 percent while Binay got 24 percent. Binay, standard-bearer of the opposition United Nationalist Alliance (UNA), also topped the Pulse Asia December 2015 presidential survey. Philstar.com/File

MANILA, Philippines - Five months before the 2016 elections, Vice President Jejomar Binay and Sen. Grace Poe were tied at the top spot in the latest presidential survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations Inc. (SWS) and newspaper BusinessWorld.

Based on the findings of the pre-election survey from Dec. 12 to 14, Binay and Poe both received 26 percent voter preference.

In the September SWS poll, Poe obtained 26 percent while Binay got 24 percent. Binay, standard-bearer of the opposition United Nationalist Alliance (UNA), also topped the Pulse Asia December 2015 presidential survey.

Poe, who was disqualified from the race yesterday by the full Commission on Elections (Comelec), said she was humbled by the support and she remained a candidate.

Binay’s camp thanked the people for their support.

The BW-SWS survey had 1,200 respondents nationwide with sampling error margins of plus or minus three percentage points.

Administration standard-bearer Mar Roxas placed third with 22 percent – up from September’s 20 percent – followed by Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte whose rating stayed at 20 percent.

Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago’s rating went up two points to four percent in December while OFW Family party-list Rep. Roy Señeres obtained zero vote.

The administration coalition expressed optimism that the survey numbers of Roxas would improve.

In the vice-presidential race, Sen. Francis Escudero retained his lead with a 30 percent voter preference. He got a 20 percent rating in September.

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Liberal Party bet Camarines Sur Rep. Leni Robredo and independent Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. were tied at second place with 19 percent each. Robredo’s score improved by seven points from 12 percent in September, while Marcos’ rating dropped by five points.

Robredo, whose score improved by 16 points, is elated by the results, saying her visits to the grassroots and the help she is getting from supporters and volunteers is paying off.

“The (survey) result is an early Christmas gift not only for me and my family, but also to all who tirelessly help me in this campaign. If not for them, my rise in the polls will not happen,” Robredo said.

Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, who is running with Duterte, was closely tailing Robredo with 17 percent, down from September’s 21 percent.

Sen. Gregorio Honasan, Binay’s running mate, got eight percent while independent Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV had five percent.

The camp of Binay thanked the people for their continued support for him.

“The Vice President has exemplified that hard work and firm commitment to fight poverty will resonate well with the people,” Rico Quicho, Binay’s spokesman for political affairs, said. –With Paolo Romero, Marvin Sy


MANILA TIMES

New group proclaims support for Binay December 24, 2015 8:22 pm by Jaime R. Pilapil Reporter

Muslims, Christians and lumad banded together in support of the presidential bid of Vice President Jejomar Binay.
At least 40 core leaders of the Integrated Alliance and Movement for Binay (I AM for BINAY!) met on Wednesday in Greenhills, San Juan City (Metro Manila) to discuss the intricacies of their nationwide campaign.

“More than a year of relentless attacks against the person of the Vice President and his family members, the people—the downtrodden Filipinos—have spoken through the latest survey,” Maulan “Alan” Balangi, chairman of the group said, referring to the latest Pulse Asia survey that showed Binay leading by considerable margin against other aspirants.

In the December 4 to 11, 2015 survey, Binay got the nod of 33 percent of the 1,800 respondents. He was followed by Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte with 23 percent, and Sen. Grace Poe, 21 percent.

“The vindication has started. The roses bloomed anew after a relentless baseless accusations,” Balangi added.

Interestingly, the same survey showed that Binay is popular among the E and D classes, getting 42 percent and 30 percent, respectively. Binay is also ahead in the National Capital Region with 30 percent, in the rest of Luzon, 34 percent and the Visayas, 34 percent.

Duterte is ahead in Mindanao and among the ABC bracket.

Revor Lasay, secretary general of the group, said their members started organizing small groups in various parts of the country when the Senate Blue Ribbon was investigating Binay in connection with the alleged overpriced construction of the Makati City Hall Building 2.

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“Unlike others who are afraid of coming out in the open, we have been pursuing this campaign because we believe in VP Binay’s sincerity to uplift the Muslim Filipinos from poverty. He is the only one who could bring peace and order in Mindanao. He will unite the Muslims, the Christians and the lumads in Mindanao,” Lasay said.

Lasay is the head of the Sectoral Anti-Poverty (SAP) Movement Philippines Inc. while Balangi is the president of 1Bangsa, an organization of young Muslims.

The two groups joined together to intensify their campaign in support of Binay.

2 Responses to New group proclaims support for Binay
Carlos de Castro says:
December 25, 2015 at 6:13 am
I don’t believe this. For not answering the charges hurled to him, Binay will be in prison here in the uSA and in china he will be put into ta fring squad. In the PH some wants him to be Pres. this I could not described. It is very shameful to read in some magazine describing Filipinos as the stupidest of voter when they voted for this Binay as a senator rather than another person more more better than her.told my wifethat if Binay win I’ll never retire in the phil.wake up FILIPINO;;;;;;;;
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Alfredo H Moe says:
December 25, 2015 at 4:58 am
That is good, but “can they vote”. Remember, “No Bio, No Vote”.
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TRIBUNE

VP ‘weathers’ storm, is Pulse’s frontrunner again Written by Charlie V. Manalo Wednesday, 23 December 2015 00:00


Binay camp expects black prop revival for being Number 1

The storm infested political waters appear to have receded.

After being subjected to what could be the biggest pre-election “demolition job” in the history of Philippine politics for over a year and-a-half, Vice President Jejomar “Jojo” Binay may have finally weathered the political storm as he once again finds himself where he used to be – leading the pack in surveys winning a huge margin over the second placer, Davao City Mayor and PDP-Laban presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte and third placer Sen. Grace Poe. This was after the latest survey conducted by Pulse Asia showed him surging past his political rivals for the 2016 presidential elections.

Once the uncontested leader in presidential polls, Binay suddenly found himself in unfamiliar waters, placing second, sometimes even as low as third place after he and his family were subjected to unrelenting politcally motivated attacks by the administration which he used to serve, starting with a legislative probe which accused him and his family of large-scale corruption which was backed by the prostituted offices under the executive department, then “validated” by the Ombudsman, whose recommendation was implemented by the executive branch.

However, in the Pulse Asia survey conducted from December 4 to 11 with 1,800 respondents nationwide, Binay appears to have regained lost ground as the results revealed that 33 percent of respondents would vote for him.

According to Pulse Asia, “if the May 2016 elections were held during the survey period, 33 percent of Filipinos will elect Binay as the country’s next president.”



Erstwhile leader, Senator Poe found herself in a statistical tie with Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte for second place. In fact, Duterte even garnered a higher rating than Poe with 23 percent of the respondents rooting for him compared to the senator’s 21 percent.

Administration bet Manuel “Mar” Roxas came in at fourth place with 17 percent while Sen.Miriam Defensor Santiago landed at fifth place with four percent.

The latest survey also debunked earlier survey results showing Duterte leading the way in Metro Manila as this time it had Binay topping the poll among respondents in the National Capital Region with 30 percent. Binay also topped Balance Luzon with 34 percent and Visayas at 34 percent.


The mayor from Davao, however, still remains unbeatable in Mindanao with 43 percent of the respondents showing they would vote for him as president.

Binay also retained his hold in Class E where 42 percent of the respondents said they would vote for him in next year’s polls. He also got the highest votes from Class D with 30 percent.

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The Junie Laylo poll, conducted in the same period as Pulse Asia, showed a great disparity in rankings and respondents’ votes, as the Laylo survey claimed that Poe was the frontrunner, with 28 percent of the vote, with Binay taking second place with five percentage points behind Poe, Roxas in third place but statistically tied with Binay, while Duterte landed in fourth place. The only similarity between the two so-called scientific surveys was the low vote for Sen. Miriam Santiago.

VP race results

The vice presidential race also took some interesting turns as it showed Senators Francis “Chiz” Escudero and Ferdinand Bongbong” Marcos also in a virtual statistical tie.

While Escudero remains in the lead with 29 percent of respondents saying they would vote for him in next year’s elections, Marcos has 23 percent of respondents saying that they would vote for him.



With a plus-minus 3 percent margin of error, the two senators are in a virtual neck-and-neck race.

Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano is third with 18 percent and Camarines Sur representative Leni Robredo obtained 14 percent.
Senators Gringo Honasan and Antonio Trillanes got nine percent and four percent respectively.

Since 2014, Binay had been the subject of a concerted attack of the three branches of government but which President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino denies having a hand.

Binay had been accused of graft and corruption by his former protégé, former Makati City Vice Mayor Ernesto Mercado and Renato Bondal.

And even without the benefit of any concrete evidence to prove their allegations,the Senate quickly jumped at the opportunity to demolish Binay and initiated the longest judicial probe in the country’s history.

With no evidence to back up their claims, allies of the administration readily made available their resources including private planes to photograph and take videos of a private farm and portray it as Binay’s property, despite the fact that the departments of Natural resources and Agrarian reports stating that they do not belong to Binay.

They also used government offices under the executive branch including the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC), that illegally opened the bank accounts of almost every BInay acquaintance and make it appear as all belonging to the vice president. The AMLC and the Ombudsman leaked the AMLC report to the media, which violates the law.

Even the Commission on Audit (CoA) has been used by the executive branch to destroy Binay, coming up with new audits that had already passed audits earlier.

Without taking time to hear the sides of the Binays, the Office of the Ombudsman terminated its investigation on the allegation and immediately recommended the suspension of the vice president’s son, Makati Mayor Junjun Binay, which was instantaneously implemented by the executive branch through the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) and even announced that charged of graft have been filed buy the Ombudsman but since Binay is an impeachable official, the elevation to the courts will have to come after his term is over.

Taking almost two years now, the Senate probe against Binay is longer than the investigation conducted against Sen. Tito Sotto in 1998 when he was the leading 1998 vice presidential candidate over his alleged involvement with suspected drug lord Alfredo Tiongson, and against 2010 leading presidential candidate, former Sen. Manny Villar, combined.

With Sotto eventually backing out of the 1998 political race and Villar losing in 2010, both probes have been terminated without any closure, leading many to believe that like in the Binay saga, they were also part of political demolition.

Sotto still frontrunner in Senate race

Senator Sotto remains the frontrunner in the senatorial race, followed by fellow re-electionists Ralph Recto, Panfilo “Ping” Lacson, Richard “Dick” Gordon, Juan Miguel “Migz” Zubiri, Senate President Franklin Drilon, Francis Pangilinan, Sergio Osmeña III and Teofisto ‘TG’ Guingona III (who placed tenth).

Among the new comers who made it to Pulse Asia’s magic 12 are former Justice Secretary Leila de Lima (LP), world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao (UNA), Valenzuela City Rep. Sherwin Gatchalian and Risa Hontiveros (LP/Akbayan Partylist). With Ted Tuvera


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