Prime Minister Modi has become the world’s most popular leader, leaving Biden and Rishi Sunak far behind
New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has again been ranked as the world’s most popular leader. In a latest survey by US consulting firm “Morning Consult”, PM Modi continues to top the list of popular leaders with the highest approval rating of 78% in the world. In this survey, the rating of 22 leaders from around the world was assessed and in this rating, Prime Minister Modi’s rating was much higher than that of other leaders, including US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron and the British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
This political intelligence research firm said that this “Global Leader Approval” survey is based on data collected between January 26 and January 31 of this year, in which a sample of the seven-day rolling average of adult residents of each country was taken.
In this survey, Prime Minister Modi got a 78% approval rating, which is far higher than US President Joe Biden, who got a 40% approval rating. Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador came second with a 68% approval rating, while Swiss President Alain Berset came third with a 62% approval rating.
India’s foreign policy resonates around the world
It was said in this report that the year 2022 has been an unprecedented year in the history of India’s foreign policy under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi’s advice to Russian President Vladimir Putin that “this is not the age of war” has resonated around the world.
The Russian-Ukrainian war brought the world to the brink of World War III, with each country choosing sides. However, Prime Minister Modi trusted the United Nations and chose the side of peace. He urged the two countries on “dialogue and diplomacy; Said to solve the problem through.
Even at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in September, Prime Minister Modi reiterated that “now is not the time for war”. His statement was welcomed by America and other Western countries. India’s strategy seems to be to avoid power competition in a multipolar world and to forge its own non-aligned path.
PM Modi’s popularity has increased recently
According to data shared on the website of a US tracking company, 78% of people like Prime Minister Modi, while 18% dislike him. Prime Minister Modi’s approval rating has risen again recently, reaching 79% in the third week of January.
This list is updated regularly and US President Joe Biden is currently in the seventh position. In this list of 22 heads of state, Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store, South Korean President Yoon Sok-yul and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida are among the bottom three.
Additionally, Italy’s newly elected far-right leader and the country’s first female prime minister, Giorgia Meloni, is ranked 6th with a rating of 52%. Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese was ranked fourth in the survey with an approval rating of 58%. While the newly elected President of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was placed in 5th position with a mark of 50%. The Canadian Prime Minister was in 9th position with 40% approval and US Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was in 12th position with 30% approval.
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