According to the ranking, PM Modi has a greater popularity rating than other world leaders like Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. 22 world leaders were surveyed for the poll’s rankings. According to the survey, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador came in second place after Prime Minister Narendra Modi with approval ratings of 61%.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India’s Current Approval Ratings as per the Morning Consult stand at 76%. However, the report further states 19% of adult residents disapprove of his government and de facto leadership. And the remaining 5%, either do not know much about him or do not have a political opinion/stand that affects electoral polls in India.
Global Leader Approval: *Among all adults
López Obrador: 61%
Lula da Silva: 49%
*Updated 03/30/23https://t.co/Z31xNcDhTg pic.twitter.com/BUfFdwxEjv
— Morning Consult (@MorningConsult) April 2, 2023
“The latest approval ratings are based on data collected from March 22-28, 2023. Approval ratings are based on a seven-day moving average of adult residents in each country, with sample sizes varying by country,” the survey conducted by Morning Consult stated.
With a 78% approval rating, PM Modi was rated as the most popular leader in the world in February as well. The US-based consulting firm “Morning Consult” also conducted that survey.
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the recently elected president of Brazil, ranked at number five with 49% of the vote, followed by US President at number six with 41%, and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at number ten with 34%.
Anthony Albanese, the prime minister of Australia, came in third in the poll with an approval rating of 55%, while, the president of France, was ranked eleventh with a 22% approval rating.
On Sunday, Morning Consult released the list. According to its website, the US-based firm providing real-time polling data on political elections, elected officials, and voting-related issues. The firm claimed to conduct 20,000 interviews per day across the globe.
“The global leader and country trajectory data is based on a seven-day moving average of all adults in a given countryâ€æIn the United States, the average sample size is around 45,000. In other countries, the sample size ranges from roughly 500-5,000,” it stated.