Morning Consult Pm Narendra Modi Survey Report Leading the World Leader with 70 Percent Pass Ratings


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated on Sun, Nov 7, 2021 09:06 AM M. IST

Summary

The popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi had waned during the Crown era. However, he rectified it very soon, after which he got a 70 percent approval rating.

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The popularity of Narendra Modi, who is completing his second term as prime minister, has not diminished in the least. Rather, its popularity as a world leader is increasing. A poll by US data intelligence firm The Morning Consult has claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has surpassed Joe Biden, the head of state of the world’s most powerful country, in the approval rating. Modi has a 70 percent approval rating and has been voted the most popular leader in the world.

13 heads of state of the world left behind
According to these data released on November 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left 13 heads of state behind in the world in terms of popularity. US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Mexican President Andre Manuel, Italian Mario Draghi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel also lag far behind Prime Minister Modi’s popularity chart.

Very soon PM Modi improved the rating
A poll by US data intelligence firm The Morning Consult revealed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity had declined significantly during the second wave of Corona in India. The lack of oxygen in the country, the increase in the death toll had greatly affected his approval rating, but he got rid of this situation very soon. This significantly improved PM Modi’s approval rating.

Biden sixth and then Johnson tenth
The poll has revealed that PM Modi is the most popular leader in the world. So, the Mexican president, André Manuel, is in second place. US President Joe Biden, who ranks sixth on this list, has lost one spot. At the same time, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reached tenth place, he was in eighth place. Apart from this, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was seventh, Japan’s Fumio Kishida eighth, South Korean Moon Jae-in was ninth.

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The popularity of Narendra Modi, who is completing his second term as prime minister, has not diminished in the least. Rather, its popularity as a world leader is increasing. A poll by US data intelligence firm The Morning Consult has claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has surpassed Joe Biden, the head of state of the world’s most powerful country, in the approval rating. Modi has a 70 percent approval rating and has been voted the most popular leader in the world.

13 heads of state of the world left behind

According to these data released on November 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left behind 13 heads of state in the world in terms of popularity. US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Mexican President Andre Manuel, Italian Mario Draghi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel also lag far behind Prime Minister Modi’s popularity chart.

Very soon PM Modi improved the rating

A poll by US data intelligence firm The Morning Consult revealed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity had declined significantly during the second wave of Corona in India. The lack of oxygen in the country, the increase in the death toll had greatly affected his approval rating, but he got rid of this situation very soon. This significantly improved PM Modi’s approval rating.

Biden sixth and then Johnson tenth

The poll has revealed that PM Modi is the most popular leader in the world. So, the Mexican president, André Manuel, is in second place. US President Joe Biden, who ranks sixth on this list, has lost one spot. At the same time, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has reached tenth place, he was in eighth place. Apart from this, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was seventh, Japan’s Fumio Kishida eighth, South Korean Moon Jae-in was ninth.


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