With a 72 percent approval rating, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has the highest global rating among international leaders.
PM Modi received the highest rating in the Global Leader Approval rating list, according to the list produced by American research firm Morning Consult, beating out foreign leaders such as US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
US President Joe Biden is ranked sixth on the list of 13 world leaders, with a 41% approval rating. With 41% of the vote, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is rated eighth, followed by Canadian President Justin Trudeau.
According to the Global Leader Approval rating list, Prime Minister Narendra Modi leads a group of 13 world leaders with 64% approval, followed by Mexico’s President Obrador with 57%, Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi with 57%, Japan’s Fumio Kishida with 47%, and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz with 42%.
Furthermore, US Vice President Joe Biden, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau all received 41%.
Pedro Sanchez, the Spanish Prime Minister, has 37%, Jair Bolsonaro, the Brazilian President, has 35%, and Emmanuel Macron, the French President, has 35%. Boris Johnson was ranked last on the list.
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Notably, PM Narendra Modi has topped the list with such a large margin among all other international leaders for the third year in a row.