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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Manila Bulletin Published an Article Entitled; "Roxas Leads Pre-Election Presidential Survey"


May 2, 2016: The Manila Bulletin website published an article entitled, 
"Roxas Leads Pre-Election Presidential Survey" 
The article even considered the survey as "HIGHLY ACCURATE", even if 40% of the respondents were from Mindanao.
In the write-up, Roxas sounded like a superhero. Per contra, the writer placed Rodrigo Duterte in a negative light... 
"Roxas received nothing but praises and compliments after his performance during the last leg of the presidential debate, giving him the edge to earn the top spot.  
Duterte, after his behaviour and remarks throughout debate, got a lot of negative comments from the 4,500 respondents. They saw his indecisiveness a reason for them to shift to another presidential bet, namely Roxas and Poe." 
The article went viral, and they got negative responses from the solid Duterte supporters. The bashing went ballistic. Manila Bulletin got blasted.
And after a few hours of publishing, Manila Bulletin unpublished the article. Still, they couldn't deny what they wrote. The link has the article title attached to it. Moreover, if you try to click the link, it directs you to the Manila Bulletin website. So, the column did exist.

If you try to publish the link, you will get this heading....


The link no longer contains the write-up, but, too late, Manila Bulletin. The article  already went viral. Netizens were very quick in reposting the contents. Everything's in Google now.
So, what's the content of the controversial column?





The big question is, why did they delete an article that they regarded as HIGHLY ACCURATE?
Sharing some sentiments from Netizens: 
"Manila Bulletin or Manila Bayaran?" 
"Are they trying to give a hint about the result of the May 9 election?"
How about you? What's your opinion?

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