Saranggani Rep. Manny Pacquiao got knocked out of the winning circle in the race for the 12 senatorial seats this year.

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Saranggani Rep. Manny Pacquiao got knocked out of the winning circle in the race for the 12 senatorial seats this year.

In a Pulse Asia survey from February 15 to 20, 2016, only 34.8 percent said they would vote for the boxing champ, down from 46.9 percent in January.

Pulse Asia said this was only good for 11th to 14th places in the February survey. Pacquiao was firmly entrenched in the middle of the winning circle in January at 8th to 10th places.

Unfortunately, Pacquiao’s infamous interview with TV5 became viral at the start of Pulse Asia’s survey.

“It’s just common sense. Have you seen any animal having male-to-male or female-to-female relations?” said Pacquiao matter-of-factly when asked on his views on same-sex marriage He later apologized for his slur .

The senatorial bets who topped Pulse Asia’s February 2016 survey are:
1) Tito Sotto (63.6 percent)
2) Ping Lacson (60.2 percent)
3) Kiko Pangilinan (54.1 percent)
4) Raph Recto (53.4 percent)
5) Frank Drilon (52.4 percent)
6) Migz Zubiri (48.5 percent)
7) Leila de Lima (45.3 percent)
8) Serge Osmena (43.7 percent)
9) Dick Gordon (42.6 percent)
10) Win Gatchalian (41.2 percent)
11) Joel Villanueva (39.1 percent)
12) TG Guingona (36.7 percent)
13) Risa Hontiveros (34.8 percent)

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