Indian PM Narender Modi numero uno among world leaders

New Delhi: The popularity of the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has increased tremendously in the last several years. American firm Morning Consult has done a survey. In which the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has increased more than any other leader. India’s PM Narendra Modi is at the top in this survey, whose rating is 78 percent. This is followed by Swiss President Alain Berset, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.

American firm Morning Consult had conducted a survey on world leaders. The heads of state of 22 countries have been included in this survey. It has been revealed in the survey that this time the number of unpopular leaders is more in the G-7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan. It has been told in this survey that PM Modi is on the first position in the list of popular leaders. Earlier in March this year too, PM Modi was on top in the survey conducted by Consult.

Let us tell you that this survey has been done by Morning Consult in 22 countries. In which it has been told that the number of unpopular leaders involved in the G-7 summit is the highest. The firm has made this claim on the basis of its approval rating. The firm claims that the heads of state of many countries including America, Japan, France, Britain are facing the anger of the general public for different reasons.

In the survey of Morning Consult, it has also been revealed that the leaders whose popularity has decreased. If elections are held in some of those countries today, the leaders there may have to face defeat. These include the party of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Canadian PM Trudeau. Apart from this, the party of German Chancellor Scholz can also lose the election.

According to the survey the popularity is as follows:

India- Prime Minister – Narendra Modi – 78
Switzerland – President Alain Berset – 62
Mexico-President Andres Manuel Obrador-62
Australia- PM Anthony Albanese-53
Italy-PM Giorgia Meloni-49
US-President Joe Biden-42
Canada – PM Justin Trudeau – 39
Germany-ChancellorOlaf Scholz-34
UK-PM Rishi Sunak-33
Japan -PM Fumio Kishida-31
France – President Emmanuel Macron – 25