• PM Narendra Modi Emerges As 'Most Admired' World Leader

    Morning Consult determines the approval and disapproval rating on the basis of interviews with adults from each country.
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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi becomes the most admired world leader with the approval of 70 per cent, according to a survey conducted by The Morning Consult.


    Taking it to the Koo app, Union Minister Piyush Goyal wrote, "PM #NarendraModi ji continues to be the most admired world leader."


    He further added, "With an approval rating of 70% he once again leads among global leaders.”


    Modi has got the approval of 13 global leaders and is ahead of Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez ObradorItalian, Prime Minister Mario Draghi, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, US President Joe Biden, as per the survey.


    The list of most-admired world leaders also includes Australian PM Scott Morrison, Canada PM Trudeau, UK Prime Minister Boris Jonson, Brazilian President Jaire Bolsonaro, etc.


    Modi has topped the list with an approval percentage of 70, earlier too.


    Here is the rating of all the global leaders:

    1. Narendra Modi: 70 percent

    2. Lope Obrader: 66 per cent

    3. Mario Draghi: 58 per cent

    4. Angela Merkel: 54 per cent

    5. Scott Morrison: 47 per cent

    6. Justin Trudeau: 45 per cent

    7. Joe Biden: 44 per cent

    8. Fumio Kishida: 42 per cent

    9. Moon Jae-in: 41 per cent

    10. Boris Johnson: 40 per cent

    11. Pedro Sanchez: 37 per cent

    12. Emmanuel Macron: 36 per cent

    13.Jair Bolsonaro: 35 percent


    Morning Consult determines the approval and disapproval rating on the basis of interviews with adults from each country. Morning Consult interviewed 2,126 people online in India to prepare this figure.


    Morning Consult, which is an American data intelligence firm has tracked approval ratings for top leaders in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. Its rating is based on a seven-day changing average of adult residents in each country.

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