Presidential candidate Leody de Guzman remained confident despite posting a low score in the latest Pulse Asia survey.
He said that he is confident that voters would opt for a labor leader who could give concrete solutions to the country’s current problems, like the surging prices of fuel and basic goods.
De Guzman posted a score of 0.1% among the presidential bets in the Eleksyon 2022 pre-election poll.
Former senator and the former dictator’s son Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. earned the top spot with a 60% rating.
Vice President Leni Robredo took the 2nd spot with 15%, followed by Manila Mayor Isko Moreno with 10%.
“Nananatili ang aking kumpyansa sa sambayanang Pilipino. Papanig sila sa kandidatong makakapaghapag ng solusyon sa mga problemang dinaranas nila. Lalo ngayon na hindi na maawat ang pagtaas ang presyo ng langis, kasunod na nito ang basic commodities,” de Guzman said.
De Guzman noted that only a laborer aspirant could give concrete solutions to the said problems.
“Tanging sa kandidatong manggagawa lang maririnig at makakapaghapag ng kongkretong solusyon dito. Kailangan lamang ay maabot at marinig ng pinakamaraming botante ang aking plataporma’t mga paninindigan,” he added. Ronald Espartinez