The Philippine presidential and vice-presidential elections are scheduled to be held on Monday, May 9, 2022. Find out more about the opinions of Filipinos on the candidates as well as their perception of the coming election.
February 2021 ● 1 week duration ● Philippines ● Digital Survey
- Opinion of the population
- The political preferences of the population
- The perception of the elections
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According to the Constitution of the Philippines of 1987, the election is held every six years, on the second Monday of May.
Incumbent president Rodrigo Duterte is technically ineligible for re-election. Also, The position of president and vice president are elected separately, thus the two winning candidates could come from different political parties. Duterte's government continued to maintain high approval ratings despite criticism for its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, during which his approval ratings climbed to a record high level of 91%.
Several high-profile personalities have directly or indirectly hinted at the possibility of running for president or vice president in the 2022 presidential elections. We take a look at how various possible candidates fare in the public eye and how Filipinos perceive the upcoming elections.
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