Do you have the same political views as your community?
In case you didn't know, the Commission on Elections has launched its designated website for live vote transmissions, and Filipinos can see the numbers as they're being recorded.
On the microsite, the number of local and overseas election returns can be tracked based on one's region and precinct number. Here's how to do it.
1. On 2022electionresults.comelec.gov.ph, go to the tab "ER Results."
2. Under "ER Results," fill out the necessary geographical location and designation of your precinct such as region, province, city, barangay, and Clustered Precinct ID.
3. From there, you can check how many people voted for each government position—from presidential candidates to the lowest available position in your barangay. It also shows how many people chose to undervote.
It should be noted that the numbers reflected are partial and unofficial, as the Parish Pastoral Council for Responsible Voting (PPCRV) are currently encoding the data for Comelec's official announcement.
As of this writing, Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. leads the Comelec's initial polls by a wide margin with over 31 million votes. His running mate, Davao Mayor Sara Duterte, is also leading in the Vice Presidential count. 98.35% of ballots have been counted.