PM Modi left behind Joe Biden and Boris Johnson, topped the approval rating

Not only in India, but the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also increasing continuously and Prime Minister Modi has become a global leader not only in India. Alam is that in the Global Leader Approval Ratings, PM Modi has left behind many leaders of America, Germany, Britain, France, Canada.

Prime Minister Modi is at the top with 70 percent rating, while many world leaders including US President Joe Biden, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron have ratings much lower than PM Modi.

According to the Global Leader Approval Ratings, the President of America is not even second in this. Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is in second place after PM Modi with the highest ratings of 64 percent. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi is in third place with a 63 percent rating, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel is fourth with 52 percent and US President Joe Biden is fifth in the list of leaders with 48 percent.

Prime Minister of India

Whose approval rating

1- Narendra Modi (Prime Minister of India): 70 percent

2- Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (President of Mexico): 64 percent

3- Mario Draghi (Prime Minister of Italy): 63 percent

4- Angela Merkel (Chancellor of Germany): 52 percent

5- Joe Biden (President of America): 48 percent

6- Scott Morrison (Prime Minister of Australia): 48 percent

7- Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister of Canada): 45 percent

8- Boris Johnson (Prime Minister of Britain): 41 percent

9- Jair Bolsonaro (President of Brazil): 39 percent

10- Moon Jae-in (President of South Korea): 38 percent

11- Pedro Sanchez (Prime Minister of Spain): 35 percent

12- Emmanuel Macron (President of France): 34 percent

13- Yoshihide Suga (Prime Minister of Japan): 25 percent

It is worth noting that American data intelligence firm ‘Morning Consult’ approval ratings for government leaders in 13 countries – Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, UK, and the United States of America. tracks. In the latest rating of the firm, PM Modi has left behind many veteran leaders of the world. This has come just two weeks before PM Modi’s birthday (17 September). The ruling BJP has decided to celebrate it as a service and dedication campaign.

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