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Philippine elections

Marcos keeps big lead in latest Philippine presidential poll

Late dictator's son has support rate of 60%, vs 15% for Robredo

Ferdinand Marcos Jr. speaks to supporters at the Philippine Arena, Bulacan province, north of Manila, on Feb. 8,    © AP

MANILA -- Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the son and namesake of the late Philippine dictator, has kept his big lead in the latest opinion poll for the presidential election on May 9.

Marcos maintained his 60% score from January, according to results of a Feb. 18-23 Pulse Asia survey released on Monday. The poll asked 2,400 people who would they vote for if the presidential election was held during the survey period.

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