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UOG exit poll projects 11-4 Democrat majority

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam – The results of the University of Guam's exit poll following today's Decision 2012 General Election project a strong Democrat majority for the forthcoming 32nd Guam Legislature. The Democrats, according to the poll, hold an 11-4 majority, with ten of the top twelve slots being filled by members of that party.

The data returned the following results:

1. WON PAT, Judith T.                             303
2. AGUON, Jr., Frank                              299
3. RODRIGUEZ, Dennis G. Jr.                  281
4. ADA, Tom                                          272
5. SAN NICOLAS, Michael                      269
6. MORRISON, Thomas                           261
7. PANGELINAN, Vicente                        251
7. MUNA BARNES, Tina Rose                   251
9. CRUZ, Benjamin J.                             247
10. GUTHERTZ, Judith P.                         239
11. RESPICIO, Rory J.                            231
12. LIMTIACO, Michael                            227
13. ADA, Anthony                                   222
14. DUENAS, Christopher                      215
15. PALACIOS, Adolpho                          213

16. YAMASHITA, Aline                             212
17. MCCREADIE, Brant                           207
18. SAN AGUSTIN, Joe S.                       203
19. TAIJERON, Mana Silva                      191
20. BLAS, Roland                                  176
21. MENDIOLA, Adonis                            172
22. MABINI, Dr. Shirley                          153
23. NAHOLOWAA, Leah Beth                    152
24. TOVES, Benedicto                             122
24. GUMATAOTAO, Gary                         122
26. TAITANO, Michelle                            117
27. SERVINO, Jose                                 114
28. SARMIENTO, William                         109
29. AQUININGOC, Antonio                      86
29. ATALIG, Javier                                 86

The polls were conducted by undergraduate public administration students with a sample size of 600 people through 6:30pm.

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