Tulfo, Go, Sotto lead OCTA Research's 2025 Senatorial poll
Tulfo, Go, Sotto lead OCTA Research's 2025 Senatorial poll
Tulfo, Go, Sotto lead OCTA Research's 2025 Senatorial poll
by Ellicia Del Mundo24 October 2023
Photo courtesy: Tulfo, Go, and Sotto Facebook pages

ACT-CIS party-list Rep. Erwin Tulfo, Senator Christopher 'Bong' Go, and former Senate President Vicente 'Tito' Sotto III were leading in the OCTA Research's 2025 senatorial preferences survey.

Based on the results of the poll released Monday, Oct. 23, Tulfo garnered the highest number of votes with 60 percent, securing the top spot.

Trailing him were Go and Sotto with 49 percent and 42 percent votes, respectively.

Senators Imelda 'Imee' Marcos and Ronald 'Bato' dela Rosa, who both got 39 percent votes, secured the fourth spot.


Coming in fifth was Senator Pilar 'Pia' Cayetano with 36 percent votes and former Manila City Mayor Francisco 'Isko Moreno' Domagoso with 35 percent votes.

Former and present government officials and personalities emerge in the OCTA polls, including:

  • Former Senator Panfilo 'Ping ' Lacson - 35 percent
  • Senator Ramon Bong Revilla Jr. - 32 percent
  • Senator Francis 'Tol' Tolentino - 28 percent
  • Senator Manuel 'Lito' Lapid - 26 percent
  • Former Senator Emmanuel 'Manny' Pacquiao - 26 percent
  • Filipino cardiologist Willie 'Do Willie' Ong - 21 percent

Photo courtesy: OCTA Research

Other names that surfaced in the poll were former Senator Francis Pangilinan, former Information and Communications Technology Chief Gringo Honasan, broadcaster Noli de Castro Jr., Defense Chief Gibo Teodoro, Richard Gordon, and Interior Chief Benjamin 'Benhur' Abalos, and former Vice President Leonor 'Leni' Robredo.

The survey was conducted from September 30 to October 4 nationwide.


Each respondent were asked "Narito po ang listahan ng pangalan na maaring tumakbo sa eleksyon sa Mayo 2025. Kung ang eleksyon ay gaganapin ngayon, sinu-sino sa kanila ang malamang na iboboto ninyo bilang SENADOR? Maari po kayong pumili hanggang 12 na pangalan."

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