Posted by: vip | December 4, 2009

Carcar surnames frequency 2009

Carcar surnames frequency

Based on Comelec Carcar voters list 2009
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The total number of registered voters in the Comelec computer-generated report is 55,205.

But this surnames tabulation of mine was all manually counted from the list (I don’t understand what ever makes me suffer through these things). As such the result can be a little inaccurate, if I may be excused a little, especially since I was rushing to meet my self-imposed deadline, and thus some surnames which should be here I may have missed.

Please take note that this is just the number of voters in the voters list carrying the particular surname. The frequency of the surnames does not equal the entirety of the family even in Carcar, some may not have registered and besides, intermarriages between Carcar families have blurred the family lines.

I have noticed too many surnames on the list carried by only one voter. A possible explanation for this is these individuals are not really from in Carcar and are just employed here or related and staying with Carcar relations. Or women married to non-Carcaranon spouses working abroad, or to foreigners themselves. I was just taken aback here because we would assume that surnames would be carried by entire families, or at least a married couple.  Be that as it may, let’s just hope this does not represent some electoral hanky-panky.  The most odd result however, for those who know Carcar, was there was only one Bayot, too. Especially when there are so many Tisoy (32) there. Kabuhong!

An ongoing daily tally is taking place here and names will come in, and others will be dislodged. Much like election canvassing. And as soon as I will proclaim the final tabulation, I shall immediately be open for protests. Again much like election canvassing. Totals for each surname that appear here are already final (except for possible clerical errors) and what are temporary are the rankings as I continue to tally (painstakingly) other  names.  The other result I want to know, of course, is the total number of surnames in the list. Anyway, new entries not in the previous tally or edited ones with a previously lower number or ranking, are in boldface. We’re targeting the top 100.

The top surnames on the voters list:

1 Lauron 487
2 Lapiña 481
3 Cuizon 391
4 Alegado 360
5 Alesna 331 (incl. 2 Alisna)
6 Fernandez 323
7 Dela Cerna 300 (incl. 1 Dela  Cerna)
8 Lawas 284
9 Quijano 284
10 Barangan 280
11 Alcover 278
12 Lapas 276 (incl. 51 Lapaz)
13 Bacus 269
14 Padin 269
15 Lapinid 252
16 Campaña 246 (incl. 10 Campania)
17 Wamar 237
18 Sato 236
19 Baring 228
20 Nadela 228
21 Abella 226
22 Unabia 222
23 Tanudtanud 213
24 Dayondon 205
25 Alison 204
26 Apura 203
27 Saraum 203
28 Gantuangco 202 (inc. 24 Gantuangko)
29 Nacua 199
30 Mangyao 195 (inc. 3 Mangyaw)
31 Navares 195
32 Manayaga 193
33 Oamilda 188 (incl. 18 Wamelda, Wamilda)
34 Satinitigan 188
35 Caballero 184
36 Navarro 184
37 Nuñez 174
38 Aleonar 172
39 Lañas 169
40 Cabungcal 162
41 Alegarbes 161 (incl. 1 Alegarbez)
42 Baran 158
43 Tangaro 158
44 Barbadillo 157
45 Solon 154
46 Regis 153
47 Garces 150
48 Labra 145
49 Baclay 144
50 Bacon 141
51 Encabo 141
52 Pananganan 138 (incl. 1 Panangganan)
53 Alcoseba 135
54 Alforque 135
55 Canape 132
56 Wasawas 132
57 Villarta 129
58 Navarra 127
59 Satorre 126
60 Abadilla 125
61 Bardinas 123
62 Aliser 122
63 Daclan 122
64 Laña 122
65 Ybañez 120
66 Alcuizar 119
67 Tatoy 118
68 Alcordo 117
69 Canencia 117
70 Fantonial 117
71 Mancera 116
72 Alegrado 115
73 Navasquez 115
74 Cui 113
75 Torres 113
76 Paninsoro 113 (incl. 15 Paningsoro, Paninsuro)
77 Tangarorang 111
78 Bagol 110
79 Enad 109
80 Barcenas 108
81 Gemuta 108 (incl. 52 Gemota)
82 Languido 108
83 Ababa 107
84 Espinosa 107 (incl. 3 Espinoza)
85 Enjambre 106
86 Alcontin 104
87 Aldaya 104
88 Langbid 104
89 Sonsona 104
90 Villaver 104
91 Dayanan 103
92 Dayangco 103
93 Dayonot 102
94 Diapera 102
95 Abarquez 101
96 Alejado 101
97 Bargayo 100
98 Cabaluna 100
99 Embalzado 99 (incl. 2 Embalsado)
100 Lauglaug 99
(page under construction)

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