PM Modi’s approval rating at 66%, ahead of US President Biden, Germany’s Merkel

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PM Modi’s approval rating reached 82 percent and the rating of disagreement was 11 percent in August 2019, when the center canceled Article 370.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi ranked 66 percent and continued to be in front of other global heads, according to a survey conducted by the American data intelligence company. The exhibition consult the PM PM Modi exhibition is in front of other world leaders from 13 countries including the US, Britain, Russia, Australia, Canada, Brazil, France and Germany.

“Mornerconsult, which tracks the national rank of selected leaders from 13 countries, showed a slide of 20 points over the past year in the proportion of Indians who approved MR Modi. But at 66% in early June, he still outperformed all the others.” The company tweeted.

This morning consulted with the tracking of a global leader’s approval rating, which was updated on Thursday and had a sample size of 2,126 adults in India, showing approval of 66 percent for PM Modi and showed that 28 percent of those surveyed did not approve.

Morning consulted, which collected data through its political intelligence unit, “the exclusive platform that provides real-time voting data on political elections”, shows that in August 2019, when the MOD government obscures Article 370, which provides special status to Jammu and Kashmir, ranking His approval reached 82 percent, while the ratings of disagreement were only 11 percent.

Second place, according to the morning consultant, bagged by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi (65%), followed by Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (63%), Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison (54%), German Chancellor Angela Merkel (53%) , US President Joe Biden (53%), Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (48%), UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson (44%), South Korean President Jae-in (37%), Spain Spain Pedro Sánchez (36%), Brazilian President Jaire Bolsonaro (35%), French President Emmanuel Macron (35%) and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga (29%).

The morning consultant said this survey was weighted in every country based on age, gender, region, and damage to education in certain countries based on official government sources. “In the United States, the survey was also weighed by race and ethnicity. Respondents completed this survey in the language suitable for their country,” he added.

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