Once again, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi topped the ‘Global Leader Approval’ rating list with a maximum of 72 percentage points. He has surpassed US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron in this achievement. The news was published by India Times.
According to a report published by Morning Consult, an American research institute, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is at the top of the list of 13 world leaders. In second place is Mexican President Lopez Obrador. His points are 74 percent. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi is in third place with 56 percent.
Japan’s Fumio Kishida (47 percent), German Chancellor Olaf Schulz (42 percent), US President Joe Biden (41 percent), South Korean President Moon Jae-in (41 percent) and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (41 percent) are next on the list. The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau (41 percent), the Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sanchez (36 percent), the President of Brazil Zaire Bolsonaro (35 percent) and the President of France Emmanuel Macron (35 percent).
Approval ratings suggest that Prime Minister Modi’s net approval rating is 50. Of the respondents, 61 percent voted in favor and 21 percent voted against.