Philippine Elections Results in Real-Time
Here are the partial and unofficial Philippine Election results, based on the AMA Quickcount.[an error occurred while processing this directive]
For some reason, Globe isn't texting me the AMA Quickcount results. Good thing there's...
Ack! The graph you saw here before seemed to stop at May 19, so I'm turning to sms text for info. The partial and unofficial NAMFREL count, which sums reports from 56.06% of the voting precincts, shows the following as of 1:00pm, May 21, 2004:
Arroyo - 7,095,582 (40.4%)
The positions or rankings seem constant, particularly for the bottom three. It looks like more and more people are expecting Gloria Arroyo to win. Before, Fidel Ramos won with (I think) 24% of the votes, but when people were surveyed months later, around 40+% recall voting for Ramos.
On the frontpage of Viloria.com, the Philippine Elections Poll showed 102 votes as of May 11. After May 11, some more people voted, and it looks like the Ramos-effect is happening again.
As of 7:30pm (May 11, 2004)
As of 3:30pm (May 11, 2004)
As of 11:30am (May 11, 2004)
The rankings are quite different from the online poll we have at the Philippine Culture at Viloria.com homepage. That's not surprising considering that less than 1% of the Philippine population has access to the internet.
Also, it's too early to spot any trend from these partial and unofficial Philippine Elections Results. You have a voter population of about 43.6 million, a turnout of 85% (37.06 million). The winner will probably get at least 36% or about 13.3 million votes.
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