PM Modi on top again! At No. 1 in the world


Prime Minister Modi is at the top of the list of world leaders by a global organization. But compared to 2020, Prime Minister Modi's rating has dropped. However, Modi, who is at the top of the list, has overtaken the heads of the US and Australia.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi's global popularity has once again come to the fore. According to a survey, Prime Minister Modi has topped the list of world leaders (PM Modi topped again in world leaders rating). In this list, Prime Minister Modi has got a 71% approval rating, while he and other world leaders are far behind in terms of ratings. This rating was issued by Morning Consult Political Intelligence.

The US, Canada, and Australia lag behind



Prime Minister Narendra Modi tops the list. He has also overtaken the heads of state of powerful and developed countries like the USA, Canada, and Australia. US President Joe Biden has a rating of 43% and is ranked 6th. Canadian President Justin Trudeau also received 43 percent rating points. But his number comes after the President of the United States. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has a 41% approval rating.



Second President of Mexico:

Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is second on the list. He has got a 66% approval rating. He is followed by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. He has got a 60 percent rating. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had surpassed other leaders in the list of world leaders. In November last year, he was also ranked number one among the most popular world leaders. Compared to 2020, Modi's rating is still low. In its May 2020 report, Morning Consult gave Prime Minister Modi an 84 percent rating, while the website downgraded his rating to 63 percent in May 2021.



Who is Morning Consult and how does it work?

Morning Consult Political Intelligence works globally to track government leaders' approval ratings and the country's progress. It tracks 13 countries, including Australia, India, USA, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, and the UK. The new approval rating of world leaders is based on data collected between 13 and 19 January 2022. These ratings are based on an average of 7 days of movement of adult citizens in each country. However, the size of the sample varies from country to country, according to Morning Consult.

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