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The residents of Metro Manila prefer their incumbent Re-elect mayors in the upcoming 2022 election, according to a recent poll.

An independent and non-commissioned poll by RP-Mission and Development Foundation Inc. (RPMDinc) found that registered voters in Quezon City, Pasig City and San Juan City continue their respective Mayors Joy Belmonte, Vico Sotto, and Francis Zamora against their potential competitors.

In Q C, 38 percent of respondents voted Belmonte as their preferred mayor, while potential candidates for broadcast journalist Rafael “Raffy” Tulfo and former mayor Herbert Bautista received 25 percent and 13 percent, respectively.

Former Congressman Vincent “Bingbong” Crisologo and Congressman Michael “Mike” Defensor, who both previously ran for Mayor of QC, ranked fourth (10%) and fifth (8%).

In Pasig City, RPMDinc said there was a ” One-on-one ”match between Sotto, who received 67 percent of the vote, and former mayor Robert“ Bobby ”Eusebio, who received 28 percent.

Zamora also led the poll in San Juan with 48 percent at. His possible candidate, Janella Ejercito Estrada, who ran for mayor’s office against him last year, received 28 percent.

For Manila, RPMDinc has Vice Mayor Maria Sheilah “Honey” Honrado Lacuna and Congressman Manuel “Manny” Lopez as Listed candidates for mayoral election and cited that incumbent mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso “will no longer run for re-election as he wants”. run for higher office. ”

The survey was conducted through face-to-face interviews with 5,000 respondents in eight Metro Manila cities: Quezon City, Pasig, San Juan, Manila, Caloocan, Paranaque, Muntinlupa and Malabon. Quezon City had the most respondents with 1,500.

The cities of Marikina, Mandaluyong, Taguig, Makati, Pasay, Navotas, Las Pinas and Pateros, in which the re-elected mayors have no candidates, were not included in the survey.

In cities such as Caloocan, Paranaque, Muntinlupa and Malabon, where mayors are not re-elected, well-known names led the race.

The son of Mayor Oscar “Oca” Malapitan, Congressman Dale “Along” Malapitan, won First place among the possible candidates in Caloocan with 53 percent, followed by Congressman Edgar “Egay” Erice with 36 percent.

Former Congressman Gustavo “Gus” Tambunting led the poll in Paranaque with 50 percent while the brother of his possible candidate for Mayor Edwin Olivarez, Congressman Eric Olivarez, achieved a result of 35 percent.

The brother of outgoing Mayor Antolin “Lenlen” Oreta, S City councilor Jose Lorenzo “Enzo” Oreta, who received 29 percent, was also behind former Congressman Federico “Ricky” Sandoval II with 54 percent.

In Muntinlupa, Congressman Rozzano “Luffy” Biazon (57%) will likely win the mayor’s race win over former Mayor Aldrin San Pedro (23%), based on the poll.

Meanwhile, RPMDinc, Rex Gatchalian of Valenzuela City, “will run for congressman in the first district, while another unopposed Gatchalian candidate for mayor will strive for “.

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