The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) together with the Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD) invites you again to another Webinar series as we continue our talks from the previous webinars on COVID-19. The succeeding...
The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) together with the Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD) invites you again to another Webinar series as we continue our talks from the previous COVID 19 and Me Webinar Series WE CaN...
The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) together with the Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD) invites you again to another Webinar series as we continue our talks from the previous COVID 19 and Me Webinar Series WE CaN...
Let us expand our current discussions on COVID-19.  The Institute of Philippine Culture (IPC) together with the Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (DOST-PCHRD) invites you again to another Webinar series as we continue our talks...
Call for Applications The David and Ruth Hopper and Ramesh and Pilar Bhatia Canada Fellowship in the Philippines at the Institute of Philippine Culture, School of Social Sciences, Ateneo de Manila University   First cohort of fellows JV Toribio (MA Communication) and Nicole...

From the Philippine Daily Inquirer: ‘Bobotantes’ are thinking voters—Ateneo study

This article was originally published on the website of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, INQUIRER.net, last 25 April 2016 <http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/781562/bobotantes-are-thinking-voters-atene...>.

‘Bobotantes’ are thinking voters—Ateneo study
by Aries Joseph Hegina (INQUIRER.net)
 

Are poor voters “bobotantes”? A study doesn’t think so.

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