List of Philippine presidential election results by province

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The following is a chronological table of Philippine presidential elections by province, and in some instances, by cities. The presidential election is a direct election by popular vote, where the winner with the most votes wins; there is no runoff.

Key[edit]

President[edit]

Color Meaning Entered candidates for president
35 41 46 49 53 57 61 65 69 81 86 92 98 04 10
Aksyon Aksyon Demokratiko Yes Yes
KBL Kilusang Bagong Lipunan Yes Yes Yes
Lakas
LKS-KAM
Lakas-NUCD/Lakas-NUCD-UMDP/Lakas-CMD
Lakas Kampi CMD/Lakas-CMD
Yes Yes Yes Yes
LDP Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino Yes
LP Liberal Party Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
NP Nacionalista Party Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
NCP Nationalist Citizens' Party Yes
NPC Nationalist People's Coalition Yes
PDP-Laban Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan Yes
PRP People's Reform Party Yes Yes
PROMDI Probinsya Muna Development Initiative Yes
PPP Progressive Party of the Philippines Yes Yes
LAMMP
KNP
PMP
Laban ng Makabayang Masang Pilipino
Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino
Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino
Yes Yes Yes
Reporma Partido para sa Demokratikong Reporma-Lapiang Manggagawa Yes
Ind Independent Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Vice-President[edit]

Color Meaning Entered candidates for vice-president
35 41 46 49 53 57 61 65 69 81 86 92 98 04 10
Aksyon Aksyon Demokratiko Yes Yes
KBL Kilusang Bagong Lipunan Yes Yes Yes
Lakas
LKS-KAM
Lakas-NUCD/Lakas-NUCD-UMDP/Lakas-CMD
Lakas Kampi CMD/Lakas-CMD
Yes Yes Yes Yes
LDP Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino Yes Yes
LP Liberal Party Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
NP Nacionalista Party Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
NPC Nationalist People's Coalition Yes Yes
PDP-Laban Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan Yes Yes Yes
PRP People's Reform Party Yes
PROMDI Probinsya Muna Development Initiative Yes
PPP Progressive Party of the Philippines Yes Yes
LAMMP
KNP
PMP
Laban ng Makabayang Masang Pilipino
Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino
Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino
Yes Yes
Reporma Partido para sa Demokratikong Reporma-Lapiang Manggagawa Yes
Ind Independent Yes Yes

Chronological[edit]

For President[1][edit]

Province/city 2010 2004 1998 1992 1986 1981 1969 1965 1961 1957 1953 19491 19462 1941 1935
Luzon group of islands
Abra PMP KNP LAMMP NPC KBL KBL NP NP LP NP LP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Albay LP Aksyon Aksyon LP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP LP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Apayao4 PMP KNP LAMMP (see Kalinga) (see Mountain Province)
Aurora5 PMP KNP LAMMP NPC (see Quezon)
Baguio City LP Lakas Lakas KBL KBL KBL (see Benguet) (see Mountain Province)
Bataan LP KNP LAMMP NPC PDP-Laban KBL NP LP LP PPP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Batanes LP Lakas LP Lakas KBL KBL NP LP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Batangas LP KNP Reporma NP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NCP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Benguet4 LP Lakas LAMMP LDP KBL KBL NP (see Mountain Province)
Bulacan LP KNP LAMMP PRP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP LP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Cagayan PMP KNP (Enrile) KBL KBL KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Camarines Norte LP KNP Aksyon PRP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP LP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Camarines Sur LP Aksyon Aksyon LP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP LP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Catanduanes PMP KNP Aksyon Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP (Osmeña) (see Albay)
Cavite LP LDP LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NSP
Ifugao4 LP Lakas LAMMP LDP KBL KBL NP (see Mountain Province)
Ilocos Norte NP KNP LAMMP KBL KBL KBL NP NP LP LP LP LP (Roxas) NP RP
Ilocos Sur NP Lakas LAMMP KBL KBL KBL NP NP LP NP LP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Isabela PMP KNP LAMMP NPC KBL KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Kalinga4 PMP Lakas LAMMP KBL KBL KBL NP (see Mountain Province)
La Union PMP KNP LAMMP NPC KBL KBL NP NP LP LP LP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Laguna LP KNP LAMMP PRP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Marinduque LP KNP LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP PPP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Masbate LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP LP NP NP (Osmeña) NP NP
Metro Manila15 LP KNP LAMMP PRP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP LP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Mountain Province4 LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas KBL KBL NP NP LP PPP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Nueva Ecija PMP KNP LAMMP NPC PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP PPP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Nueva Vizcaya PMP KNP LAMMP NPC KBL KBL NP NP LP PPP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Occidental Mindoro PMP KNP LAMMP NPC PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NP NP NP (see Oriental Mindoro)
Oriental Mindoro LP KNP LAMMP LP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Palawan PMP KNP LAMMP LDP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Pampanga LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL LP LP LP LP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Pangasinan LP KNP Lakas Lakas KBL KBL NP NP LP LP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Quezon LP KNP LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NCP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Quirino16 PMP KNP LAMMP LDP (see Nueva Vizcaya)
Rizal LP KNP LAMMP PRP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP LP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Romblon LP KNP LAMMP LDP PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP (see Capiz) NP
Sorsogon LP KNP Aksyon Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Tarlac LP Lakas LAMMP NPC PDP-Laban KBL NP LP LP PPP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Zambales LP KNP LAMMP PRP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP PPP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Luzon (total) LP KNP LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Province/city 2010 2004 1998 1992 1986 1981 1969 1965 1961 1957 1953 19491 19462 1941 1935
Visayas group of islands
Aklan LP Lakas LAMMP PRP KBL KBL NP NP LP NP (see Capiz)
Antique LP Aksyon LAMMP PRP KBL KBL LP NP LP NP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Bacolod City LP Lakas PRP PRP KBL (see Negros Occidental)
Biliran6 NP Lakas PROMDI (see Leyte)
Bohol LP Lakas PROMDI LDP PDP-Laban KBL NP NP NP NP NP NP (Osmeña) NP NP
Capiz LP Lakas LAMMP PRP KBL KBL NP NP LP LP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Cebu LP Lakas PROMDI Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Cebu City LP Lakas PROMDI Lakas PDP-Laban (see Cebu)
Eastern Samar11 LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas KBL KBL NP (see Samar)
Guimaras12 LKS-KAM Lakas PRP (see Iloilo)
Iloilo LP Lakas PRP PRP KBL KBL NP NP LP PPP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Iloilo City LP Lakas PRP PRP (see Iloilo)
Leyte LP Lakas PROMDI KBL KBL KBL NP NP NP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Negros Occidental LP Lakas LAMMP PRP KBL KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Negros Oriental LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP NP NP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Northern Samar11 LP KNP LAMMP LP KBL KBL NP (see Samar)
Samar11 LP KNP LAMMP LP KBL KBL NP LP LP NP NP (Avelino) (Roxas) NP NP
Siquijor LP Lakas Reporma LDP (see Negros Oriental)
Southern Leyte LP Lakas PROMDI LDP KBL KBL NP NP NP (see Leyte)
Visayas (total) LP Lakas LAMMP PRP KBL KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Province/city 2010 2004 1998 1992 1986 1981 1969 1965 1961 1957 1953 19491 19462 1941 1935
Mindanao group of islands
Agusan del Norte3 LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Agusan del Sur LP Lakas LAMMP KBL KBL KBL NP (see Agusan del Norte)
Basilan LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL (see Zamboanga del Sur)
Bukidnon PMP Lakas PROMDI Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Cagayan de Oro City PMP KNP LAMMP LP PDP-Laban (see Misamis Oriental)
Camiguin7 LKS-KAM Lakas LAMMP LDP PDP-Laban KBL NP (see Misamis Oriental)
Compostela Valley8 PMP Lakas (see Davao del Norte)
Cotabato PMP KNP LAMMP PRP PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Davao City PMP Lakas LAMMP Lakas KBL (see Davao del Sur) (see Davao del Norte)
Davao del Norte PMP KNP LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP NP NP NP NP (Osmeña) NP NP
Davao del Sur9 PMP KNP LAMMP NPC PDP-Laban KBL NP (see Davao del Norte)
Davao Oriental9 PMP Lakas LAMMP LDP PDP-Laban KBL NP (see Davao del Norte)
Dinagat Islands10 LKS-KAM (see Surigao del Norte)
Lanao del Norte13 PMP KNP LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP LP NP (see Lanao del Sur)
Lanao del Sur LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Maguindanao14 LP Lakas LAMMP LDP PDP-Laban KBL (see Cotabato)
Misamis Occidental LP Lakas PROMDI Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP NP NP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Misamis Oriental PMP KNP LAMMP LP PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Sarangani PMP KNP LAMMP (see South Cotabato) (see Cotabato)
South Cotabato14 PMP KNP LAMMP PRP PDP-Laban KBL NP (see Cotabato)
Sultan Kudarat14 PMP Lakas LAMMP PRP PDP-Laban KBL (see Cotabato)
Sulu LP Lakas LAMMP LDP PDP-Laban KBL NP LP LP LP NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP
Surigao del Norte LP Lakas PROMDI Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP (Roxas) NP NP
Surigao del Sur LP Lakas PROMDI Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP NP (see Surigao del Norte)
Tawi-Tawi LP KNP PRP LDP PDP-Laban KBL (see Sulu)
Zamboanga City PMP Lakas PROMDI PRP PDP-Laban (see Zamboanga del Sur)
Zamboanga del Norte LP Lakas PROMDI Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NP NP (see Zamboanga del Sur)
Zamboanga del Sur LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP NP NP NP NP (Osmeña) NP NP
Zamboanga Sibugay PMP KNP (see Zamboanga del Sur)
Mindanao (total) LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Over-all Totals
Province/city 2010 2004 1998 1992 1986 1981 1969 1965 1961 1957 1953 19491 19462 1941 1935
Luzon (total) LP KNP LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Visayas (total) LP Lakas LAMMP PRP KBL KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Mindanao (total) LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP LP NP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
Philippines (total) LP Lakas LAMMP Lakas PDP-Laban KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Roxas) NP NP
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Notes[edit]

^1 In 1949, two candidates from the Liberal Party contested the election: Jose Avelino and Elpidio Quirino. Avelino did not win at least a plurality of votes in a single province except his home province of Samar.
^2 In 1946, two candidates from the Nacionalista Party contested the election: Sergio Osmeña and Manuel Roxas. Both candidates won a plurality votes in more than one province.
^3 Prior to 1969, Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur were part of the province of Agusan. Agusan was split into two provinces on 1967.
^4 In 1966, the Mountain Province is divided into Kalinga-Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao and a smaller Mountain Province. Kalinga-Apayao was separated in 1995 as Kalinga and Apayao.
^5 Named after the wife of Philippine President Manuel Luis Quezon, Maria Aurora Aragon-Quezon, the province was separated from the province of Quezon on August 13, 1979. Prior to that, it became a sub-province of Quezon after Aurora's death in 1951.
^6 On April 8, 1959, Republic Act No. 2141 was signed into law effectively making Biliran a sub-province of Leyte. The island was only made an independent province on May 11, 1992 by virtue of Republic Act No. 7160.
^7 Prior to 1969, Camiguin is a sub-province under the jurisdiction of Misamis Oriental. It became an independent province on June 18, 1966.
^8 The eastern part of Davao del Norte on January 30, 1998 as the province of Compostela Valley by virtue of Republic Act No. 8470.
^9 The present-day Davao Region used to be a whole province simply known as Davao. This original province was split into three: Davao del Norte, Davao Oriental, and Davao del Sur when Republic Act No. 4867.
^10 The province of Dinagat Islands had been a part of the First District of Surigao del Norte until becoming a province on its own on December 2, 2006. On February 11, 2010, the Supreme Court of the Philippines declared the creation of Dinagat Islands null and void on grounds of failure to meet land area and population requirements for the creation of local government units. Dinagat Islands then reverted to Surigao del Norte. On March 30, 2011, however, the Supreme Court reversed its ruling from the previous year, and upheld the constitutionality of RA 9355 and the creation of Dinagat Islands as a province.
^11 On June 19, 1965 the Philippine Congress approved Republic Act No. 4221 dividing the province of Samar into three provinces: Northern Samar, Eastern Samar, and Western Samar. On June 21, 1969, Western Samar was renamed Samar.
^12 Guimaras first gained its status as a sub-province of Iloilo by virtue of R.A. 4667, which was enacted by Congress on 18 June 1966. It was proclaimed as a regular and full-fledged province on 22 May 1992 after a plebiscite was conducted to ratify the approval of its conversion.
^13 The province of Lanao was divided into Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur through Republic Act No. 2228 on May 22, 1959.
^14 The former province of Cotabato was once the largest in the Philippines. In 1966, South Cotabato was created as a separate province. On November 22, 1973, by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 341, what remained of the old Cotabato was further divided into the provinces of North Cotabato, Maguindanao, and Sultan Kudarat. North Cotabato was later renamed Cotabato through Batas Pambansa Blg. 660[3] approved on December 19, 1983.
^15 Prior to 1981, only includes results from the City of Manila. Metro Manila was created in 1975, prior to that almost all of Manila was a part of Rizal, with Valenzuela a part of Bulacan, with the city of Manila independent.
^16 Quirino province acquired its juridical personality as a result of the division of the provinces of Nueva Vizcaya and Isabela on June 18, 1966 under RA 4734. Quirino, named after the late president Elpidio Quirino, was created as a sub-province of Nueva Vizcaya in 1966. It became a full province in 1971.

For Vice-President[2][edit]

Province/city 2010 2004 1998 1992 1986 1969 1965 1961 1957 1953 19491 19462 1941 1935
Luzon group of islands
Abra PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC KBL NP NP LP LP LP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Albay LP Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Apayao4 PDP-Laban KNP Lakas (see Kalinga) (see Mountain Province)
Aurora5 PDP-Laban KNP LAMMP NPC (see Quezon)
Baguio City LP Lakas Lakas PRP KBL (see Benguet) (see Mountain Province)
Bataan PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Batanes LP Lakas Lakas NPC KBL NP LP LP LP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Batangas PDP-Laban KNP Reporma NP PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) NP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Benguet4 LP Lakas Lakas PRP KBL NP (see Mountain Province)
Bulacan PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Cagayan PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC KBL NP NP LP LP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Camarines Norte PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP (Osmeña) LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Camarines Sur LP Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Catanduanes PDP-Laban KNP PRP NPC PDP-Laban NP LP NP NP NP (Rodriguez) (see Albay)
Cavite PDP-Laban LDP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NSP
Ifugao4 LP Lakas Lakas NPC KBL NP (see Mountain Province)
Ilocos Norte PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC KBL NP NP LP LP LP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Ilocos Sur LP Lakas Lakas NPC KBL NP NP LP LP LP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Isabela PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC KBL NP NP LP LP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Kalinga4 PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC KBL NP (see Mountain Province)
La Union PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC KBL NP NP LP LP LP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Laguna PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) LP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Marinduque LP KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Masbate LP Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban LP NP (Osmeña) LP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Metro Manila15 PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC KBL NP LP LP LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Mountain Province4 LP Lakas Lakas NPC KBL NP NP LP LP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Nueva Ecija PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Nueva Vizcaya PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC KBL NP NP (Osmeña) LP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Occidental Mindoro PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP NP NP NP (see Oriental Mindoro)
Oriental Mindoro LP Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) NP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Palawan PDP-Laban KNP Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP LP LP NP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Pampanga LP Lakas Lakas Lakas PDP-Laban LP LP NP LP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Pangasinan LP Lakas Lakas NPC KBL NP NP LP LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Quezon PDP-Laban KNP LAMMP NPC PDP-Laban NP LP LP NCP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Quirino16 PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC (see Nueva Vizcaya)
Rizal PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP NP LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Romblon LP KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP NP NP NP LP (see Capiz) NP
Sorsogon PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP LP LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Tarlac LP Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP LP LP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Zambales LP KNP Lakas PRP PDP-Laban LP NP (Osmeña) LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Luzon (total) PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Province/city 2010 2004 1998 1992 1986 1969 1965 1961 1957 1953 19491 19462 1941 1935
Visayas group of islands
Aklan LP Lakas LAMMP NPC PDP-Laban NP LP (Osmeña) LP (see Capiz)
Antique LP KNP Lakas PRP PDP-Laban LP LP LP LP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Bacolod City LP Lakas Lakas PRP KBL (see Negros Occidental)
Biliran6 PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas (see Leyte)
Bohol LP Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP NP NP NP NP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Capiz LP Lakas Lakas PRP PDP-Laban NP LP LP LP LP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Cebu LP Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Cebu City LP Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban (see Cebu)
Eastern Samar11 PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas LP KBL NP (see Samar)
Guimaras12 LP Lakas Lakas (see Iloilo)
Iloilo LP Lakas Lakas PRP PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Iloilo City LP Lakas Lakas PRP (see Iloilo)
Leyte PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas LDP KBL NP NP LP NP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Negros Occidental LP Lakas Lakas PRP PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Negros Oriental LP Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP NP NP NP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Northern Samar11 LP KNP Lakas LP KBL LP (see Samar)
Samar11 PDP-Laban KNP Lakas LP KBL NP LP LP NP NP (Francisco) (Quirino) NP NP
Siquijor LP Lakas Lakas LDP (see Negros Oriental)
Southern Leyte LP Lakas Lakas LDP KBL NP NP (Osmeña) (see Leyte)
Visayas (total) LP Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Province/city 2010 2004 1998 1992 1986 1969 1965 1961 1957 1953 19491 19462 1941 1935
Mindanao group of islands
Agusan del Norte3 LP Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Agusan del Sur LP Lakas Lakas NPC KBL NP (see Agusan del Norte)
Basilan PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban (see Zamboanga del Sur)
Bukidnon LP Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP LP NP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Cagayan de Oro City PDP-Laban KNP Lakas LP PDP-Laban (see Misamis Oriental)
Camiguin7 LKS-KAM KNP Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP (see Misamis Oriental)
Compostela Valley8 PDP-Laban Lakas (see Davao del Norte)
Cotabato PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP LP NP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Davao City PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas LDP KBL (see Davao del Sur) (see Davao del Norte)
Davao del Norte PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas LP PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) NP NP NP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Davao del Sur9 PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP (see Davao del Norte)
Davao Oriental9 PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP (see Davao del Norte)
Dinagat Islands10 LKS-KAM (see Surigao del Norte)
Lanao del Norte13 PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP LP NP (see Lanao del Sur)
Lanao del Sur PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP NP NP NP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Maguindanao14 PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban (see Cotabato)
Misamis Occidental LP Lakas Lakas Lakas PDP-Laban NP NP LP NP NP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Misamis Oriental PDP-Laban KNP Lakas LP PDP-Laban NP LP NP NP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Sarangani PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas (see South Cotabato) (see Cotabato)
South Cotabato14 PDP-Laban KNP PROMDI NPC PDP-Laban NP (see Cotabato)
Sultan Kudarat14 PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban (see Cotabato)
Sulu PDP-Laban KNP Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP LP LP NP LP LP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Surigao del Norte LP Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP LP LP NP NP (Quirino) NP NP
Surigao del Sur LP Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP NP LP (see Surigao del Norte)
Tawi-Tawi PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban (see Sulu)
Zamboanga City PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban (see Zamboanga del Sur)
Zamboanga del Norte LP Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) NP NP (see Zamboanga del Sur)
Zamboanga del Sur PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP (Osmeña) NP NP NP (Rodriguez) NP NP
Zamboanga Sibugay PDP-Laban Lakas (see Zamboanga del Sur)
Mindanao (total) PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP LP NP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Over-all Totals
Province/city 2010 2004 1998 1992 1986 1969 1965 1961 1957 1953 19491 19462 1941 1935
Luzon (total) PDP-Laban KNP Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Visayas (total) LP Lakas Lakas LDP PDP-Laban NP NP (Osmeña) LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Mindanao (total) PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP LP LP NP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
Philippines (total) PDP-Laban Lakas Lakas NPC PDP-Laban NP NP LP LP NP LP (Quirino) NP NP
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Notes[edit]

^1 In 1949, two candidates from the Liberal Party contested the election: Jose Avelino with Vicente Francisco and Elpidio Quirino with Fernando Lopez. Avelino and Francisco did not win at least a plurality of votes in a single province except Avelino's home province of Samar.
^2 In 1946, two candidates from the Nacionalista Party contested the election: Sergio Osmeña and Manuel Roxas. Both candidates won a plurality votes in more than one province.
^3 Prior to 1969, Agusan del Norte and Agusan del Sur were part of the province of Agusan. Agusan was split into two provinces on 1967.
^4 In 1966, the Mountain Province is divided into Kalinga-Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao and a smaller Mountain Province. Kalinga-Apayao was separated in 1995 as Kalinga and Apayao.
^5 Named after the wife of Philippine President Manuel Luis Quezon, Maria Aurora Aragon-Quezon, the province was separated from the province of Quezon on August 13, 1979. Prior to that, it became a sub-province of Quezon after Aurora's death in 1951.
^6 On April 8, 1959, Republic Act No. 2141 was signed into law effectively making Biliran a sub-province of Leyte. The island was only made an independent province on May 11, 1992 by virtue of Republic Act No. 7160.
^7 Prior to 1969, Camiguin is a sub-province under the jurisdiction of Misamis Oriental. It became an independent province on June 18, 1966.
^8 The eastern part of Davao del Norte on January 30, 1998 as the province of Compostela Valley by virtue of Republic Act No. 8470.
^9 The present-day Davao Region used to be a whole province simply known as Davao. This original province was split into three: Davao del Norte, Davao Oriental, and Davao del Sur when Republic Act No. 4867.
^10 The province of Dinagat Islands had been a part of the First District of Surigao del Norte until becoming a province on its own on December 2, 2006. On February 11, 2010, the Supreme Court of the Philippines declared the creation of Dinagat Islands null and void on grounds of failure to meet land area and population requirements for the creation of local government units. Dinagat Islands then reverted to Surigao del Norte. On March 30, 2011, however, the Supreme Court reversed its ruling from the previous year, and upheld the constitutionality of RA 9355 and the creation of Dinagat Islands as a province.
^11 On June 19, 1965 the Philippine Congress approved Republic Act No. 4221 dividing the province of Samar into three provinces: Northern Samar, Eastern Samar, and Western Samar. On June 21, 1969, Western Samar was renamed Samar.
^12 Guimaras first gained its status as a sub-province of Iloilo by virtue of R.A. 4667, which was enacted by Congress on 18 June 1966. It was proclaimed as a regular and full-fledged province on 22 May 1992 after a plebiscite was conducted to ratify the approval of its conversion.
^13 The province of Lanao was divided into Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur through Republic Act No. 2228 on May 22, 1959.
^14 The former province of Cotabato was once the largest in the Philippines. In 1966, South Cotabato was created as a separate province. On November 22, 1973, by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 341, what remained of the old Cotabato was further divided into the provinces of North Cotabato, Maguindanao, and Sultan Kudarat. North Cotabato was later renamed Cotabato through Batas Pambansa Blg. 660[3] approved on December 19, 1983.
^15 Prior to 1981, only includes results from the City of Manila. Metro Manila was created in 1975, prior to that almost all of Manila was a part of Rizal, with Valenzuela a part of Bulacan, with the city of Manila independent.
^16 Quirino province acquired its juridical personality as a result of the division of the provinces of Nueva Vizcaya and Isabela on June 18, 1966 under RA 4734. Quirino, named after the late president Elpidio Quirino, was created as a sub-province of Nueva Vizcaya in 1966. It became a full province in 1971.

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The Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office (2013). Philippine Electoral Almanac.