Netizens’ reaction on latest Pulse Asia survey

Senator Grace Poe “leads the survey with 26 percent of the respondents choosing her as the successor of President Benigno Aquino III. The second place is shared by three probable presidential candidates: administration bet Manuel “Mar” Roxas II (20 percent), Vice President Jejomar Binay (19 percent) and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte (16 percent).”

Here are a few reactions from twitter:

Now what did the candidates think?

Senator Poe says ” This is a reminder to focus on performance & genuine service. ”

On the other hand, VP Binay says “We have stable core of supporters”.

A Pulse Asia executive says “It’s still anybody’s ball game for the three leading presidential aspirants “.

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