'Masyado pang maaga para mamulitika,' OVP spox says on Pulse Asia survey

By Deighton Acuin

PHOTO: Manila Bulletin

The Office of the Vice President said Friday it is too early for politicking and thinking for a potential candidacy for 2022 national elections.

The OVP made the remark as the latest survey from Pulse Asia showed Vice President Leni Robredo ranking 6th for potential 2022 presidentiables.

Spokesman Barry Gutierrez said the OVP is not "paying such mind" on the early survey results since polls are "a long way away."

“Right, now the VP is still focused on working to help our Filipinos get past the crisis of COVID-19, and recover from the calamities of the past few months,” he said in a statement.

“Masyado pang maaga para sa pamumulitika at pakikipag-gitgitan para sa eleksyon,” Gutierrez added.

Pulse Asia results showed that presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio ranked first as one of the contenders of the nation's top office, with a 24% supporter rating.

Duterte was followed by Former Senator Bongbong Marcos and Senator Grace Poe, both having 14% rating.

Robredo only came sixth in the list, with an 8% rating.

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