The Internet Responds: 70% of Pinoys were "meh" about P-Noy endorsing Mar Roxas

And a lot of people tweeted about Korina Sanchez

 

(SPOT.ph) July 31 was an emotional day for DILG Secretary Mar Roxas. The teary-eyed, officially endorsed Liberal Party bet was visibly filled with gratitude for finally getting a shot at the race he opted to withdraw from in 2009. Beaming with pride in the audience was wife Korina Sanchez...who soon received the opinion of the Internet. Well, some of the opinion. We dusted off our old social listening device and found that most online citizens were neutral. 

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The social media verdict? Roughly 18% of users greeted the news positively, while 12% reacted negatively. The rest were neutral about the subject. Dominant hashtags for the happy posts about it were #RoxasNa and #Yes2Mar. A few couldn't resist cracking a joke about his infamous wife.

 

Think of Elenita Binay as an alternative. Does that change things?

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A drop of logic in an ocean of jokes and jabs?

 

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The Internet has some really strong feelings about her!

 

A number of people also shared their thoughts on Secretary Roxas' potential running mates...and, of course, his main rival. 

 

Yes, someone likes that slogan. Deal with it.

 

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"Relativity" works wonders!

 

And then there are a few more who shared random thoughts.

 

Aww.

 

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Oy vey.

 

Some casual advice...which sort of makes sense.

 

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Caveats are good!

 

What does this mean? What is all the "hahahaha" for?

 

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Some are just confused!

 

What do you think of the endorsement? Sound off in the comments section below!

Tell us your #feels!

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