2022 Philippine presidential election

The 2022 Philippine presidential election was held on Monday, May 9, 2022, as part of the 2022 general election. This was the 17th direct presidential election and 16th vice presidential election in the Philippines since 1935, and the sixth sextennial presidential and vice presidential election since 1992.

2022 Philippine presidential election

 2016 May 9, 2022 2028 
Opinion polls
Turnout82.26% 1.57%
Reporting
98.35%
as of May 13, 2022, 14:47 PhST
 
Candidate Bongbong Marcos Leni Robredo
Party PFP Independent[lower-alpha 1]
Running mate Sara Duterte Francis Pangilinan
Popular vote TBD TBD
Percentage TBD TBD

 
Candidate Manny Pacquiao Isko Moreno
Party PROMDI Aksyon
Running mate Lito Atienza Willie Ong
Popular vote TBD TBD
Percentage TBD TBD

  Marcos0  Robredo0  Pacquiao0  Mangondato

A map showing which city and provincial certificates of canvass will be canvassed by Congress, highlighting each area's most voted candidate according to the latest, unofficial results. Congress will canvass the vote tallies and officially declare the winners in late May. General Santos will have its results canvassed separately from South Cotabato for the first time. Metro Manila is shown at the inset in the upper right.

President before election

Rodrigo Duterte
PDP–Laban

Elected President

Bongbong Marcos
PFP

2022 Philippine vice presidential election

 2016 May 9, 2022 2028 
Opinion polls
 
Candidate Sara Duterte Francis Pangilinan
Party Lakas Liberal
Popular vote TBD TBD
Percentage TBD TBD

 
Candidate Tito Sotto Willie Ong
Party NPC Aksyon
Popular vote TBD TBD
Percentage TBD TBD

  Duterte0  Pangilinan0  Sotto

A map showing the provinces of the Philippines. The inset shows Metro Manila.

Vice President before election

Leni Robredo
Liberal

Elected Vice President

Sara Duterte
Lakas

Incumbent president Rodrigo Duterte was ineligible for re-election because the president is limited to a single term under the 1987 Philippine Constitution. Incumbent vice president Leni Robredo was eligible for re-election but chose to run for the presidency instead. Therefore, this election determined the 17th president and the 15th vice president. The president and vice president are elected separately, so the two winning candidates can come from different political parties.

Bongbong Marcos and Sara Duterte won the presidency and vice presidency, respectively, becoming the first presidential and vice presidential candidates to be elected by a majority since 1986, and the first presidential ticket to win together since 2004. This is expected to also mark the return of the Marcos family to power for the first time since the People Power Revolution.[1][2][3] The Congress of the Philippines will meet in late May to canvass the results and formally proclaim the winners of the election.


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