PM Modi Reclaims ‘World’s Most Popular Leader’ Title, Beat Biden & Sunak
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reclaimed his title as the “most popular leader” in the world With a 76% approval rating.
Once more, Prime Minister Narendra Modi outperformed other leaders, such as his American colleague Joe Biden, to claim the title of “most popular” leader in the world.
The Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador took the second place in the Morning Consult survey, which was conducted to map the decisions of modern leaders. PM Modi came in first place with a 76% approval rating.
Below are the top 10 world leaders in terms of popularity:
Narendra Modi (India) 76%
Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Mexico) 61%
Anthony Albanese (Australia) 55%
Alain Berset (Switzerland) 53%
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Brazil) 49%
Giorgia Meloni (Italy) 49%
Joe Biden (United States) 41%
Alexander De Croo (Belgium) 39%
Justin Trudeau (Canada) 39%
Pedro Sánchez (Spain) 38%
“The latest approval ratings are based on information gathered between 22nd March and 28th March, 2023.
As per the source website, approval ratings are based on a 7-days moving average of adult citizens in each nation, with sample sizes differing by country.
With a 78% approval rating in its most recent poll, which the organization released on March 5, PM Modi maintained his leadership position.
On its website, Morning Consult, which specializes in providing real-time polling data on political campaigns, elected people, and voting topics, published the list on Sunday.
The company claimed to conduct 20,000 interviews per day across the globe. As stated the global leader and national trajectory data is based on a 7-days moving average of all adults in a specific nation.
In the United States, the average sample size is roughly 45,000. The sample size in the other nations ranges from around 500 to 5,000, according to the report.
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These online interviews are conducted with representative groups of adults from a certain nation. Morning Consult said, “For India, the sample is representative of the EDUCATED population.