For the May 2022 National and Local Elections, a total of 70,831 Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) registered to vote. However, only 51.69 percent voted that election day. The dataset shows how OFWs voted for party-lists.
The dataset shows how the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) voted for senators during the May 2022 National and Local Elections. BARMM comprises of 63 barangays with a total of 86,280 registered voters. However, only 76.81 percent voted during the election day.
The dataset shows how the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) voted for party-lists during the May 2022 National and Local Elections. While there were 86,280 registered voters in the region with 63 barangays, only 76.81% came out to vote that election day.
For the May 2022 National and Local Elections, there are a total of 1,697,215 registered overseas Filipino workers (OFW). The dataset included a breakdown per gender, geographical location and mode of work.
Of the 67,525,619 registered voters, only 56,095,234 actually voted for the May 2022 Election.
ACT-CIS had the most number of votes for party-lists, with 2,111,091 or 5.73% votes. 1-Rider Partylist came in second, garnering 1,001243 or 2.72% votes. Tingog Party-lsit came in third, with 886,959 or 2.41% votes.
A total of 55,549,791 voted for the 2022 Senatorial Elections, out of the 66,839,976 registered voters.
Robin Padilla got the highest votes in 2022 with 26,612,434 votes, followed by Loren Legarda with 24,264,969.
It is worthy to note that both candidates have a show business background, as Padilla is a screen actor while Legarda was a television anchor.
As of July 2022, 163,788 registered voters who are persons with disabilities actually voted for the May 2022 Elections. This is 72.05% from the total number of registered voters who are persons with disabilities.
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