PM Modi is still the most popular worldwide leader, with a 76% approval rating; Rishi Sunak at… Survey
According to Morning Consult, the most recent approval ratings are based on data gathered between September 6 and September 12. According to a Morning Consult study, Prime Minister Narendra Modi maintained his place at the top of a list of worldwide leaders’ approval ratings, with 76%.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke while laying the foundation stone for projects worth more than Rs 50,700 crore in Bhopal.
According to the ‘Global Leader Approval Rating Tracker’ of a US-based consulting business, 76% of people approve of PM Narendra Modi’s leadership, while 18% dislike and 6% have no view.
Modi, who is being praised for successfully holding the G20 Summit in New Delhi earlier this month, is followed by Switzerland President Alain Berset with 64% popularity and Mexico’s Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador with 61% support.
Modi has already ranked first in previous polls
US President Joe Biden has 40% approval, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has 37%, his British colleague Rishi Sunak has 27%, and France President Emmanuel Macron has just 24%.
According to Morning Consult, the most recent approval ratings are based on data gathered between September 6 and September 12. The scores are based on a seven-day moving average of adult inhabitants in each nation, with various sample sizes, according to the company. The average sample size in the United States is roughly 45,000 people. In the other nations, the sample size varies between 500 and 5,000 people.
The New Delhi Declaration was accepted unanimously with complete unanimity at the G20 Leaders Summit. The declaration’s main achievement was getting all world powers together and creating agreement on a topic as controversial as the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
At the summit’s end, Modi turned the gavel over to Brazilian President Lula da Silva and requested a virtual G20 session in November to discuss the ideas and proposals made at the top platform for worldwide economic cooperation.