If national elections were held on Feb. 24, who would have won at CMC?

Here are the results for the CMC mock presidential elections conducted by the Department of Journalism in Feb. 24. The italicized part is lifted from the statement released by the Department of Journalism in a press conference on Mar. 2.

Total Voting Population: 1,086 enrolled CMC students

Voter Turnout: 370 enrolled CMC students

Percentage: (Turnout over Voting Population): (34.07%)

Scores:

Richard Gordon – 139

Gilbert Teodoro – 107

Benigno Aquino III – 48

Manuel Villar – 37

Nicanor Perlas – 15

Eduardo Villanueva – 5

Jamby Madrigal – 3

Joseph Estrada – 1

Vetallano Acosta – 0

JC delos Reyes – 0

ABSTAIN – 15

Percentages (score over turnout)

Richard Gordon – 37.57%

Gilbert Teodoro – 28.92%

Benigno Aquino III – 12.97%

Manuel Villar – 10%

Nicanor Perlas – 4.05%

Eduardo Villanueva – 1.35%

Jamby Madrigal – 0.81%

Joseph Estrada – 0.27%

ABSTAIN – 4.05%

Percentages (score over total voting population)

Richard Gordon – 12.80%

Gilbert Teodoro – 9.85%

Benigno Aquino III – 4.42%

Manuel Villar – 3.41%

Nicanor Perlas – 1.38%

Eduardo Villanueva – .46%

Jamby Madrigal – .28%

Joseph Estrada – .09%

ABSTAIN – 1.38%

After voting in the college and university council elections held inside the CMC auditorium, the students were asked to vote at the mock polls “precinct” outside the door. 645 out of 1084 CMC students or 59.5% of the college population voted in the CMC Student Council/University Student Council elections.

Author: TNP

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