PM Modi ranks the highest in Morning Consult’s approval ratings, overriding 13 global leaders

On September 2, PM Modi topped the chart with a whopping 70 percent approval rate, while his rate of disapproval is the least at 25 percent, among the 13 other leaders. This is a week-based survey that is updated after every seven days.

As per the latest survey carried forward by a data intelligence global enterprise, Morning Consult, that confers analysis to strengthen leaders’ decisions stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s approval rating ranks the highest amongst 13 world leaders of the developed or the developing country.

On September 2, PM Modi topped the chart with a whopping 70 percent approval rate, while his rate of disapproval is the least at 25 percent, among the 13 other leaders. This is a week-based survey that is updated after every seven days.

“Daily global survey data is based on a 7-day moving average of all adults in a given country with a margin of error of between +/- 1-3 percent,” Morning Consult mentioned on its official website. The global leader approval statistics were collected through interviews sessions which were conducted online.

Next in line is Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador who appears the second best and most accepted leader with a percentile score of 64 percent, on the other hand, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has the third-highest rating with 63 percent. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Joe Biden reserved their spots of approval with 52 percent and 48 percent, respectively.

Indian Prime Minister, PM Modi’s approval rating underperformed in June after witnessing a dip of 66 percent in the approval ratings. However, that remained on a temporal basis, his ratings rose significantly after June. Earlier in May, his rate of approval ranked among the highest with 84 percent, which was estimated during the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, as per the displayed data on the Morning Consult website.

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