Update as of 6:00PM of May 10, 2010:
Gilberto “Gibo” Teodoro and running-mate Edu Manzano are both leading in this blog’s online EXIT POLL. I will not be surprised if this result is reflected in offline exit polls as well as in the actual tally of votes happening tonight.
For the first time in my blog, just days before the elections, Lakas-Kampi-CMD’s standard bearer, presidentiable Gilbert ‘Gibo’ Teodoro now leads my non-biased, unedited and honest to goodness survey.
This personal survey has been running since last year and has always been in tune with prevailing public sentiment. Prior to former president Cory Aquino’s death and Noynoy Aquino’s eventual proclamation of candidacy, Manny Villar has consistently led in my self-commissioned online poll. It has reflected Noynoy Aquino’s rise, Manny Villar’s rise and fall, Erap’s non-popularity with the ‘online’ community and now Gilberto ‘Gibo’ Teodoro’s steady rise to the top.
This online poll will automatically close at 7:00 AM of May 10, 2010 to ensure that a pre-election condition is met. After which, around 6:00 PM of the same day, I will be opening an exit poll here to see how the electorate has voted.
That Gibo Teodoro might pull a surprise win is no longer a pipe dream. The possibility of winning just got stronger.
It looks like the ‘silent majority’ has indeed spoken — at the last minute but with great resolve and conviction that he who is not guilty never casts the first stone.
I have mentioned once, in passing, that I have had quite a few dreams of Gibo Teodoro winning the presidential race. In fact, in this dream, he is already doing his presidential duties and doing it well. Some people say dreams are opposites of what will happen in the future. I would like to believe otherwise.
Is Gibo Teodoro the true preferred candidate of the ABC crowd? And will the D and E class finally break out of their stereotyped class vote?
On election day, we will find out.