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Facebook said in an official statement that from November 20, 2015 to April 20, 2016, 17.9 million individuals all inclusive occupied with discussions identified with the Philippine races. This produced 176 million connections as far as preferences, posts, remarks, and shares, on the online networking stage.
Out of the 176 million cooperations, Duterte claimed 68 percent of the discussions on presidential bets. Discussions on Duterte crested on April 17 when the video of him making assault comments about late Australian minister Jacqueline Hamill circled.
Duterte is trailed by previous Sec. Manuel "Mar" Roxas II (46 percent) who at present has a four percent lead over Sen. Beauty Poe. They are trailed by Vice President Jejomar Binay (27 percent) and Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago (19 percent).
For the vice presidential wagers, Duterte's running mate Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano finished the Facebook discussions with 43 percent. Facebook noticed an expansion in conversations on Sen. Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. (36 percent) and Rep. Leni Robredo (35 percent). Sen. Francis "Chiz" Escudero is in the fourth place with 25 percent, Sen. Antonio Trillanes with 19 percent, and Sen. Gregorio Honasan with 4 percent.
The main five issues in the Philippines on Facebook are straightforwardness, economy, instruction, social welfare, and resistance and outside approach.
Ladies under the age 18 to 24 are the most occupied with decision related discussions on Facebook.
Facebook, in any case, said the insights is not underwriting any hopeful and may not as a matter of course think about what will happen decision day (May 9).
Source: CNN Phil
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