PM Modi beats other world leaders, still popular despite Covid-19 pandemic

While the popularity of most of the leaders at the global level has appeared to have fallen during the Covid-19 pandemic, the position of the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi remains the same.

PM Modi beats other world leaders, still popular despite Covid-19 pandemic
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New Delhi: While the popularity of most of the leaders at the global level has appeared to have fallen during the Covid-19 pandemic, the position of the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi remains the same.


PM Modi is still the most popular and accepted leader in the world. Confirming this, the figures of a survey by the US data intelligence firm Morning Consult say that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has outperformed other leaders all over the world in terms of acceptance. 


According to the survey, the global approval rating of PM Modi is 66 percent. Statistics show that PM Modi is far ahead of 13 other world leaders including America, Russia, Britain, Australia, Canada, France, Brazil and Germany.


Statistics are showing that in this list, the number of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi comes after PM Modi. His rating is 65 percent. After this comes the President of Mexico Lopez Obrador at number three. His global rating is 63 percent. 


After this, Australia's PM Scott Morrison's rating is 54 percent, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel's rating is 53 percent, US President Joe Biden's rating is 53 percent, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau 48 percent, Britain's PM Boris Johnson's rating 44 percent. 


South Korea's President Moon Jae has a rating of 37 percent, Spain's President Pedro Sanchez has a rating of 36 percent, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has a rating of 35 percent, French President Emmanuel Macron's rating is 35 percent and Japan's PM Yoshihide Suga has a rating of 29. is the percentage.


In this survey, a sample size of 2126 adults was taken in India. This trekker was updated on June 17th. Significantly, UA data firm Morning Consult Political Intelligence tracks approval ratings of leaders from Australia, Canada, France, Brazil, Germany, India, Japan, Italy, Mexico, South Korea, Britain, Spain and the US. Updated once a week. Its sample size varies from country to country.

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