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UOG poll gauges senatorial race

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Students from the University of Guam released the findings of another Senatorial Poll. A total of 160 voters were polled using a ballot method. The results are 10-5 democrat majority. UOG Professor Ron McNinch says "this poll reflects that incumbents or recent incumbents are very strong. Since only one position was left open by Frank Blas, those in office have an advantage.

Polls are just a point in time and rankings can change."

 

TOP 15  

Aguon Jr., Frank Blas

145


Ada, Thomas C.

135


Muña Barnes, Tina Rose

135


Won Pat, Judith T. Perez

134


Rodriguez Jr., Dennis G. 

132


Respicio, Rory J.

127


Cruz, Benjamin J.F.

121


Guthertz, Judith P.

120


Pangelinan, Vicente C.

119


Ada, V. Anthony

115


Limtiaco, Mike

114


Taijeron, Mana Silva

111


Morrison, Thomas A.

108


Palacios Sr., Adolpho Borja

100


Duenas, Christopher M.

93


Yamashita, Dr. Aline

93


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San Nicolas, Michael F.Q.

90


McCreadie, Brant

87


San Agustin, Joe S.

78


Mabini, Shirley

78


Mendiola, Adonis Joseph C.

67


Blas, Roland

60


Naholowaa, Leah Beth O.

52


Atalig Jr., Javier M.

38


Gumataotao, Gary W.

37


Taitano, MiChelle Hope

37


Toves, Benedicto Cruz

35


Servino, Jose Santos

33


Sarmiento, Bill

32


Aquiningoc, Antonio Aflleje

30

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