Once again, Narendra Modi becomes the World’s most famous Political Leader

Once again, Narendra Modi becomes the World’s most famous Political Leader


Source: NewsOnAir

Surpassed both Rishi Sunak and Joe Biden.

India’s Hon’ble Prime Minister outperformed the British’s PM Rishi Sunak and America’s President Joe Biden to become the World’s most famous political personality. PM Modi got 78% votes from across the World and Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez stands in second position in the list.

‘Morning Consult’ conducts surveys on the basis of policies implemented by political leaders across the World for which they manage to conduct deep research on a global scale and among 22 nations. Recently, Morning Consult announced the result of their survey in which PM Modi attained the first rank internationally. 

With 78 percent of the vote from around the globe, PM Modi has emerged as the most renowned political figure in the world. PM Modi has achieved a higher global ranking than Joe Biden and Rishi Sunak, who respectively reached the seventh and eleventh positions. According to the survey, around 18 % of people disapproved of PM Modi. 

The approval ratings, which were based on a 7-day moving average of adults residing in each country, were determined from data collected between January 26th to 31st, 2023 as stated on the website. 

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Australian President Anthony Albanese, Swiss President Alain Berset, and Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva are among the leaders who followed PM Narendra Modi whereas South Korean President Yoon Seok-Youl, Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida rank among last three

According to the report, the survey was conducted between March 22nd to 28th, 2023 and people from 22 different countries give their approvals to these leaders respectively. Approximately, 20,000 individuals have cast their votes on the various objectives and policies of the organization. 

The organization collected a limited number of votes from each country, with approximately 45,000 votes being cast from the United States, while the number of votes cast varied from country to country. 

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