Raffy Tulfo, Sara Duterte As Top Candidates For 2028 Presidential Election

Survey Shows Raffy Tulfo & Sara Duterte as Leading Contenders for 2028 Presidential Election

RAFFY TULFO – Survey shows Sen. Raffy Tulfo and VP Sara Duterte as leading candidates for the 2028 presidential election.

A recent survey from a Pulse Asia survey suggests that Senator Raffy Tulfo and Vice President Sara Duterte are in a virtual tie as potential presidential contenders for the 2028 elections. The survey, undertaken between March 6 and 10, shows a marginal advantage for Tulfo over Duterte, with Tulfo garnering 35 percent compared to Duterte’s 34 percent, a variance falling within the survey’s margin of error.

Following closely are former Vice President Leni Robredo at 11 percent, Senator Imee Marcos at five percent, Senator Robin Padilla at two percent, Senator Risa Hontiveros at one percent, and Speaker Martin Romualdez with less than one percent of support.

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In a separate survey focusing on preferences for vice president, Senator Grace Poe emerged on top with 35 percent, followed by Senator Marcos at 16 percent, former Senator Manny Pacquiao and Senator Robin Padilla at 14 percent, Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri at seven percent, Defense Secretary Gilbert Teodoro at four percent, and Romualdez at one percent.

Other figures mentioned as potential vice presidential candidates include Tulfo, Senator Bong Go, Hontiveros, former Senator Francis Pangilinan, Vice President Duterte, her brother Davao City Mayor Sebastian Duterte, and their father, former President Rodrigo Duterte.

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According to Philstar, Pulse Asia has yet to release an official statement regarding the survey results, but a previous announcement indicated that the survey had 1,200 respondents with a margin of error of plus/minus 2.8 percent at a 95 percent confidence level.

Senate President Zubiri clarified that he has no intentions of seeking public office in 2028. He expressed gratitude to Pulse Asia for including him in their last survey for the next vice presidential race and affirmed his commitment to dedicating his remaining four years of public service to enacting meaningful legislation for the betterment of all Filipinos.

“However, to dispel any rumors that may arise, I would like to make it clear that I will not be running for any public office in 2028 and I am, in fact, contemplating my retirement from almost 30 years of politics,” Zubiri stated.

He extended his thanks to his fellow Mindanaoans and Visayans, who comprised 14 percent and 8 percent, respectively, of his Pulse Asia numbers.

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