Beng focused on campaign, says survey not end all PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 11:03

Mayoralty aspirant Cong. Beng Climaco-Salazar continues to put on hardwork together with her Team PNoy, as many survey results done by supposed independent groups are slowly being released.

“No matter what the surveys say if we are the one leading, or the other candidates are leading, we just have to continue working hard for those people who support us. No let up on reaching as many people,” an unperturbed Climaco-Salazar, declared.

The District 1 solon, who is the frontrunner in the mayoralty race for the May 13 elections, continues to enjoy an overwhelming support from the people because of her unrivalled accomplishments in terms of projects on priority areas – security, health and education which did not only benefit people from her district but even people from District II.

Climaco-Salazar is not bothered by other camp’s claims that they are leading in surveys—results of which have been published lately.

“We still have two weeks for campaign. The survey may just guide us on what to do, but this (survey) does not reveal the real sentiments of the people. But this should only make us work harder than usual,” the leading mayoralty bet said.

Meanwhile, City Hall employees yesterday expressed surprise over a published report showing results of a survey purportedly conducted among City Government officials and employees, saying they have not been interviewed or approached by anybody for a survey.

“Tiene results pero nuay survey”, was the sarcastic reply of City Hall employees when asked if they participated in the supposed survey. “Obviously, it is a product of some people’s imagination”, other City Hall workers unanimously declared.

At the height of the 2010 elections, it is recalled, a local newspaper also bannered a story showing results of a supposed survey conducted among City Hall employees. However, the results of the 2010 elections were the exact opposite of the supposed survey. It was also found out that the said survey was a mere fabrication by a former city hall employee working for the opposing camp and was hyped to condition people’s mind. — Rey Carbonel