Poe, Duterte statistically tied in latest SWS mobile poll

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Presidential candidates Sen. Grace Poe and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — Independent presidential candidate Grace Poe and PDP Laban bet Rodrigo Duterte are statistically tied in the presidential race, according to the latest Bilang Pilipino Social Weather Stations (SWS) mobile survey.

The nationwide survey, conducted on April 13, shows Poe getting 34 percent of the votes and Duterte 33 percent.

The poll was conducted on 1,200 validated voters, where only 676 or 56 percent responded, and has a ±4 percent margin of error.

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The respondents were asked: Kung ang eleksyon ay gaganapin ngayon, sino ang pinakamalamang ninyong iboboto bilang PRESIDENTE ng PILIPINAS?

[Translation: If elections were held today, whom would you most probably vote for as PRESIDENT of the PHILIPPINES?]

Liberal Party's Manuel "Mar" Roxas II and United Nationalist Alliance's Jejomar Binay are also statistically tied with 16 and 15 percent, respectively.

Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago only scored one percent of the votes.

The survey also showed that 61 percent of the respondents said they will definitely not change their minds on their choice for president.

Robredo, Marcos statistically tied in VP race

In the vice presidential race, Rep. Leni Robredo and Sen. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. are statistically tied with 30 and 27 percent of the votes, respectively.

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The survey, also with a ±4 percent margin error, was conducted on April 14 where 648 respondents were asked the question: Kung ang eleksyon ay gaganapin ngayon, sino ang pinakamalamang ninyong iboboto bilang BISE-PRESIDENTE ng PILIPINAS?

[Translation: If elections were held today, whom would you most probably vote for as VICE-PRESIDENT of the PHILIPPINES?]

Sen. Francis "Chiz" Escudero is in a statistical tie with Marcos, receiving 25 percent of the votes.

Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano got 13 percent, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV three percent, and Sen. Gringo Honasan one percent.