PM Modi is the most powerful man in the world, leaves behind Trump, Putin, Xi, says a survey

PM Narendra Modi as he is voted as the World?s Most Powerful person 2019 in a Reader's Poll 2019 conducted by the British Herald, beating Trump, Putin and Xi

PM Modi is the most powerful man in the world, leaves behind Trump, Putin, Xi, says a survey
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PM Modi is most powerful personNew Delhi, News24 Bureau, June 21: Now, this comes across as a big feat for PM Narendra Modi as he is voted as the World’s Most Powerful person 2019 in a Reader's Poll 2019 conducted by the British Herald. What is interesting is that PM Modi has left behind popular leaders like US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin behind.



This may not be music to many popular leaders around the world but it is certainly true as Narendra Modi beats US President Donald Trump to become World’s Most Powerful Person 2019.



 According to the readers of British Herald, Indian Prime Minister is the most powerful man among other world leaders and politicians. The competition was not an easy one as he was in direct competition with leaders like Russian President Vladimir Putin, United States President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping. 




According to the survey results Narendra Modi got 31 per cent, on the top. Vladimir Putin stood second with 29 per cent, Donald Trump on third getting 21.9 per cent and Xi Jinping on the last with 18.1% respectively.


According to the British Herald, "The VERDICT is out! The readers of the British Herald has voted for Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India as the World’s Most Powerful Person 2019, beating out other world leaders and politicians among people who were voted by our readers."

"Good or bad, power is a combination of many important factors that enable leaders to shape the world. But only a select few possess the political clout to effect global change. For better or worse, their decisions affect millions and change nations. However, these poll results provide a look at how the world sees these figures," says the magazine.



British Herald describes the process of voting thus, "More than 25 world icons were in the nomination list and a judging panel of experts named four final candidates for the prestigious title. The evaluation of the selection process was based on extensive study and research of all these figures.




Unlike regular voting system, the British Herald readers had to vote through a mandatory one-time password (OTP) process to validate their vote. Surprisingly, while the voting was on, our website crashed as many voters were trying to vote for their preferred leaders, generating about three million hits in a week."


Pic Courtesy British Herald

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