Reporting on Surveys

(we just used this for class discussion because the presenters did not have any material and it was faster to post in the net than to produce slides, don’t mind me) photobyPick

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Sept. 22, 2015

ABS-CBN: “Roxas overtakes Binay in SWS survey; VP unfazed…Vice President Jejomar Binay is unfazed by the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey which showed Mar Roxas overtaking him in presidential preferences….Binay said his 35% rating is not bad at all. ..”

GMA7 News: ‘Poe still leads, as Roxas overtakes Binay for 2nd in latest SWS poll…Senator Grace Poe remains the top choice… for the 2016 presidential elections even as … Mar Roxas of the Liberal Party leapfrogged Vice President Jejomar Binay for second, according to the latest report by the Social Weather Stations… Poe’s rating rose to 47% in the poll conducted from September 2 to 5, five points better than her second quarter result…Roxas, meanwhile, surged to second with 39%…Binay slipped to third with 35%…A total of 1,200 respondents were asked to give three names of people they see as “good leaders to succeed” Aquino in next year’s elections…The margin of error for the survey is plus-minus three percentage points for the national percentage and plus-minus six percentage points each for Metro Manila, Balance Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.”

Philippine Star: Sen. Grace Poe remains the top presidential bet for the 2016 national elections while Interior Secretary Mar Roxas overtook Vice President Jejomar Binay for second place, according to the latest Social Weather Stations survey released late Sunday…Poe’s rating surged to 47%…Roxas…takes second place at 39%…Meanwhile Binay slid to 3rd place with 35%…”

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