FORMER Malabon City vice mayor Jeannie Sandoval edged out her rival in the mayoral race in the latest survey conducted by RP-Mission and Development Foundation Inc.
In the poll conducted from April 17 to 21, Sandoval, who is running under the local Kakampi Party, got 54 percent while her rival, Councilor Jose Lorenzo “Enzo” Oreta, got 42 percent.
Sandoval led the previous four surveys of RP-Mission and Development Foundation Inc. In the survey conducted from Oct. 17 to 26, 2021, she obtained 46 percent compared to Oreta’s 37 percent.
In the November 16 to 24 survey, Sandoval got 50 percent while Oreta received 40 percent.
In the January 22 to 23 poll, she got 52 percent while Oreta obtained 47 percent; while in the March 15 to 22 survey, Sandoval obtained 56 percent while Oreta got 43 percent.
The wife of erstwhile Rep. Federico “Ricky” Sandoval, who is also running for the city’s lone congressional post, thanked Malabon residents for their trust and support.
“I will not fail the people of Malabon. I had shown them my brand of leadership and service when I was their vice mayor, and I will make sure to transform their lives even better when they elect me on May 9 to be their next mayor,” she said.