PM Narendra Modi’s endorsement rating was at 84% toward the beginning of May 2020, months after the Covid pandemic began, Global Leader Approval Rating Tracker showed.
Executive Narendra Modi’s worldwide endorsement rating has tumbled to 66 percent, down based on what was 75% every year prior, a review recommended.
Around 28% disliked PM Modi, up based on what was 20% every year prior. Prominently, the PM’s endorsement rating was pretty much as high as 84% on May 2-3, 2020, months after the COVID-19 pandemic started.However, the ‘Worldwide Leader Approval Rating Tracker‘ overview, directed by American information insight firm ‘Morning Consult’, proposes that PM Modi stays in front of world pioneers from 13 nations, including the United States, Russia, France and Germany.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi (65%) completed second as far as the worldwide endorsement rating; trailed by Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (63%), called ‘AMLO’ by his allies; while Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (54%), Germany’s active Chancellor Angela Merkel (53%) came in fourth and fifth positions, individually.
This was trailed by United States President Joe Biden (53%), Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (48%) and United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson (44%).
South Korean President Moon Jae-In (37%), Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez (36%), Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro (35%), French President Emmanuel Macron (35%) and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga (29%) followed.