Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio and President Rodrigo Duterte are Filipinos’ most preferred candidates for president and vice president for 2022, results of a Pulse Asia survey showed.

The survey was conducted from June 7 to 16 and had 2,400 respondents.

Sara was the presidential pick of 28 percent of the respondents.

In second place was another city mayor, Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso of Manila, who mustered 14 percent. Completing the top five were former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. (13 percent), Sen. Grace Poe (10 percent) and Sen. Manny Pacquiao (8 percent).

Also figuring in the poll were Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo (6 percent), Sen. Panfilo Lacson (4 percent), Sen. Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go (3 percent), former vice president Jejomar “Jojo” Binay (2 percent) Taguig City-Pateros Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano (2 percent), former senator Antonio Trillanes IV (2 percent), Sen. Richard Gordon (0.3 percent), former associate justice Antonio Carpio (0.3 percent), former House speaker Pantaleon Alvarez (0.1 percent) and former secretary of defense Gilbert “Gibo” Teodoro (0.1 percent).

Sara dominated the Visayas and Mindanao regions, receiving 30 percent from Visayas and 62 percent from her home region, Mindanao.

Luzon had Domagoso (23 percent) and Marcos (22 percent) as top picks. Sara was chosen by 16 percent of Luzon respondents.

President Duterte is top VP choice

Meanwhile, Duterte emerged as the top pick for vice president, getting 18 percent.

Domagoso was also in second place for the vice presidency with 14 percent of the votes.

Senate President Vicente Sotto III (10 percent), Marcos (10 percent), Pacquiao (9 percent), Cayetano (8 percent), Sorsogon Gov. Francis Escudero (7 percent), Go (5 percent), Willie Revillame (4 percent), Sen. Sonny Angara (3 percent), Trillanes (2 percent), Public Works Secretary Mark Villar (2 percent), Teodoro (1 percent), Alvarez (0.3 percent) and Chel Diokno (0.2 percent).

Duterte has expressed openness to the vice presidency, but has been apprehensive about his daughter possibly vying for the presidency.