Vice President Leni Robredo was the most preferred presidential candidate in a survey of 28 investors and analysts by Bloomberg, contrary to a misleading chart circulated by supporters of presidential candidate Sen. Panfilo Lacson that omitted Robredo to imply Lacson was the top pick.

In the survey, Robredo scored 15 points higher than Lacson, who received a score of 91 and was second overall.

Facebook page “Bantay Ko” posted the bar chart on March 15 with the correct figures for Lacson and presidential candidates Francisco Moreno Domagoso and Ferdinand Marcos Jr. but excluded Robredo and Sen. Manny Pacquiao, who came in last.

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The name of the initiative, coined from the words “fact” and “raker,” is inspired by the term “muckrakers,” first used in the early 1900s by American president Theodore Roosevelt to express his annoyance at progressive, reform-minded journalists at the time.