How many people voted in the Philippines 2016?
2016 Philippine general election
|2016 Philippine presidential election|
|12 (of the 24) seats to the Senate of the Philippines 13 seats needed for a majority|
How many people voted for Cory Aquino?
1986 Philippine presidential election
|Nominee||Corazon Aquino||Ferdinand Marcos|
|Running mate||Salvador Laurel||Arturo Tolentino|
|Popular vote||7,158,769 (NAMFREL) 9,291,716 (COMELEC)||6,532,362 (NAMFREL) 10,807,197 (COMELEC)|
|Percentage||46.10% (COMELEC, later nullified)||53.62% (COMELEC, later nullified)|
How many voters are there in the Philippines?
Females outnumbered males in voting population The number of voters in the Philippines was posted at 43,331,229 persons or 56.64 percent of the total population. There was an almost 50-50 percent distribution by sex, with the females (50.11 percent) outpacing slightly the males with 49.89 percent.
How many elected and appointed presidents including the incumbent did the Philippines already have?
The President of the Philippines is elected by direct vote of the people, and has a term of six years with no provision for reelection. There have been 15 Presidents of the Philippines from the establishment of the office on January 23, 1899, in the Malolos Republic.
Was there a presidential election in 1986?
The elections occurred in the middle of Republican President Ronald Reagan’s second term. In an instance of the six-year itch phenomenon, the Democrats won a net gain of eight seats to recapture control of the United States Senate, taking back the chamber for the first time since the 1980 elections.