The senatorial aspirant makes a repeat of his earlier jump to 3rd place in a survey of senatoriables.
SENATORIAL aspirant and former Special Assistant to the President Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go surged to No. 3 in the latest 2019 Pulse Asia survey.
In the Pulse Asia survey conducted from February 24 to 28, Go jumped to 3rd place with 53 percent preference rating. This is an increase from the 6th to 12th spot he had with 44.7 percent preference rating in January conducted by the same survey firm. Go’s awareness rating also increased from 91 percent in January to 96 percent in the February survey.
“Muli po, maraming salamat sa aking mga supporters na naniniwala sa aking kakayahan at katapatan maglingkod karugtong ng aking hangarin na mag-serbisyo sa Pilipino. Nakakataba po ng puso ang inyong pagtitiwala,” Go said after hearing the good news.
Go said that he is thankful with the results of the surveys where his ranking has greatly improved.
The latest Pulse Asia survey result is consistent with another recently released survey conducted by the Social Weather Stations for the midterm senatorial race which also showed that Go is enjoying solo 3rd spot with 47 percent rating.
Go reiterated that he draws his inspiration from the people and President Rodrigo R. Duterte who believe in his capability to serve the country.
“Malaking bagay po ang pagtitiwala sa atin ni Pangulong Duterte,” said Go as he noted that the majority of the Filipino people continue to trust the President.
“Dahil sa kanilang paniniwala na tama at maganda ang pamamalakad ng gobyernong ito, kusa nilang sinisikap suportahan ang Pangulo at ang mga sinusuportahan ng Pangulo para ipagpatuloy ang tunay na pagbabago na nangyayari ngayon,” he added.
Go said he is humbled by his consistent rise in the survey results as he also thanked the people for trusting in his capability and sincerity in serving the nation.
“Maraming salamat po sa dumarami nating kababayan na nagtitiwala sa aking kakayahan at intensyon na mag-serbisyo ng tapat at lubos. Kayo po ang nagsisilbing inspirasyon at lakas sa akin upang dagdagan ang pagsisikap na maipaabot sa mas nakararami ang mga ‘serbisyong Tatak Duterte’ na aking ipagpapatuloy para sa kapakanan ng bawat Pilipino,” Go said.
“Ipagpapatuloy po natin ang tunay na pagbabago na sinimulan ng ating Pangulong Duterte,” he added.
Despite his strong showing in the survey, Go said it is not time to rest. He said he would work double time to pursue his campaign and help the unfortunate, particularly victims of poverty and calamities.
“Mas importante sa akin ang makatulong at makapagserbisyo sa tao, higit pa sa pangangampanya. Uunahin ko po palagi ang mga mahihirap at mga nangangailangan ng tulong,” he added.
Meanwhile, Go reiterated his appeal to his supporters to use resources intended for his campaign to help the poor and the needy.
Likewise, Go stressed anew his commitment to abide by the election laws and play fair.
“Clean and honest elections have always been the trademark of the President even when he was still Mayor of Davao City and it will be the hallmark of this administration. At saan man ako dalhin ng tadhana, manalo man o hindi, lalaban tayo ng patas at naaayon sa batas,” Go said.