Based on the statement of the Commission on Elections commissioner, Rowena Guanzon, Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos is ahead of the Congresswoman Leni Robredo in the unofficial tally of the total of the votes from the overseas Filipino workers.
The tweet of Guazon on Saturday, the unaudited tally shows that Marcos has 176,669 votes while Robredo has 89,935 votes. It means that Marcos' votes were twice as much as Robredo's votes.
These votes would be the added to the tally of the votes here in the Philippines to determine who will be the Vice-President of the presumptive President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Roa Duterte.
As per the unofficial and partial tally of the votes from the 96.06 percent of the total votes, Leni leads by 218, 012 votes over Marcos.
The other rivals of the two namely Francis Escudero, Alan Peter Cayetano, Antonio Trillanes IV and Gregorio Honasan already accepted that they have lost the vice-presidential race.