Go thankful for surge in recent survey

Published March 19, 2019, 2:52 PM

by Patrick Garcia


By Junar Fenequito

DAVAO CITY – Former Special Assistant to the President and administration senatorial bet Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go was thankful with the results of a recent survey which saw him considerably improving his ranking among the candidates in the 2019 mid-term polls.

Special Assistant to the President Christopher ‘Bong’ Go (PCOO / MANILA BULLETIN)
Special Assistant to the President Christopher ‘Bong’ Go

Go surged to third place with a preference rating of 53 percent in the Pulse Asia survey conducted in February 24 to 28.

“Muli po, maraming salamat sa aking mga supporters na naniniwala sa aking kakayahan at katapatan maglingkod karugtong ng aking hangarin na mag-serbisyo sa Pilipino. Nakakataba po ng puso ang inyong pagtitiwala,” Go said in a statement.

(Again, many thanks to my supporters who believe in our capabilities and dedication to serve the Filipino people. It’s heartwarming to learn of your trust in me.)

Go was formerly lodged at sixth to 12th spot in a January survey with 44.7 percent preference rating conducted by the same survey firm.

Go’s awareness rating also increased from 91 percent in January to 96 percent in the February survey.