According to a poll conducted by the global decision intelligence company Morning Consult, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most well-liked head of state in the entire world. PM Narendra Modi has at least 75% of Indians surveyed by Morning Consult’s opinion. This year’s survey was conducted between August 17 and August 23.

Only one other world leader, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has a high approval rating from their countrymen (63%). Anthony Albanese, the recently elected Australian prime minister, who had 58% of Australians’ support, came after him. Mario Draghi of Italy, who is under fire, also enjoys a high level of support (54%).

The poll also showed that PM Modi enjoyed strong levels of support, even amid the height of the second wave of the Covid-19 outbreak. Even though there were complaints about how the pandemic was handled, the majority of Indians still thought that the PM Modi-led administration gave the pandemic a strong response.

After the Covid-19 pandemic began, PM Modi’s approval rating jumped to 83% in April 2020. During second wave, it reached 65% and then continued to rise, demonstrating the public’s faith in his style of governing.

According to the research, more than 72% of Indians think PM Modi is leading the nation in the correct way. According to the data, trust rose during the second wave’s height as high caseloads were reported, but today people think that the PM Modi-led administration is moving India in the right direction.

Other Leaders

Yoon Seok-youl, the South Korean who won the elections, received the lowest approval rating of 21% from South Koreans.

The public’s perceptions of their leaders have changed since the last election, according to the approval ratings. Yoon Seok-youl of South Korea and Anthony Albanese of Australia, are two examples where it was clear to see. Yoon received less favourable reviews than Albanese.

Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz all have lower approval ratings as a result of the war in Ukraine. However, the Covid-19 mask and vaccine mandates may also be to blame for their decline in popularity.

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