List of Vice Presidents of the Philippines by time in office

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Fernando Lopez is the longest-serving Vice President, totalling 10 years, 274 days (3,926 days) over the course of his two tenures from 1949-1953 and 1965-1972.

This is a complete list of the current and former Vice Presidents of the Philippines by time in office consisting of the 13 Vice Presidents in the history of the Philippines. The basis for this list is counted by the number of calendar days.

Rank by time in office[edit]

Sergio Osmeña is the longest-serving Vice President in a single tenure, serving for 8 years, 260 days (3,182 days) before succeeding to the Presidency.
Elpidio Quirino is the shortest-serving Vice President, serving for 1 year, 325 days (690 days) before succeeding to the Presidency.

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OTL OO Vice-President Length of Term
1 3 Fernando Lopez 4 years, 0 days 10 years, 274 days 1461 days 3,926 days
7 6 years, 274 days 2465 days
2 1 Sergio Osmeña 8 years, 260 days 3182 days
3 8 Salvador Laurel 6 years, 126 days 2317 days
4 13 Jejomar Binay 6 years, 0 days 2192 days
9 Joseph Estrada 6 years, 0 days 2191 days
12 Noli de Castro 6 years, 0 days 2191 days
7 5 Diosdado Macapagal 4 years, 0 days 1461 days
6 Emmanuel Pelaez 4 years, 0 days 1461 days
9 11 Teofisto Guingona Jr. 3 years, 162 days 1257 days
10 4 Carlos P. Garcia 3 years, 78 days 1174 days
11 10 Gloria Macapagal Arroyo 2 years, 204 days 935 days
12 14 Leni Robredo 2 years, 150 days 880 days
13 2 Elpidio Quirino 1 year, 325 days 690 days