PM Narendra Modi News / PM Modi again became the world's most popular leader, Meloni ranked 9th, see who got which number

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 14, 2024, 02:50 PM
PM Narendra Modi News: After June 4, the opposition was spreading the narrative that Narendra Modi's popularity has decreased but now the trend seems to be the opposite. After June 4, Rahul Gandhi and the Congress party started making personal attacks on Narendra Modi but nothing changed, on the contrary, Modi's graph increased. Narendra Modi's popularity has increased again in the second week of June. After becoming the Prime Minister for the third time, Narendra Modi has gone to Italy for the first time. Italy is the country with which Rahul Gandhi has a direct connection, where Sonia Gandhi was born and now Modi's name is being discussed fiercely in the same Italy.

Let us tell you that Morning Consult releases weekly approval ratings of the elected leaders of the world. PM Modi's approval rating has been consistently 70 percent. In India, 70 percent of the people accept the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, while 30 percent of the people do not agree with it. The approval rating is based on the moving average of adult residents in each country. It has different sample sizes according to each country. At this time, not only at the national level, but also at the international level, Modi is everyone's hot favorite. You will see the international craze of world leaders about Modi in the next few hours when the focus of every foreign head of state will be on Modi at the G7 summit being held in Italy. This is Modi's first foreign visit after the 2024 election hat-trick.

Full marks to Narendra Modi's leadership

Even after winning 240 seats, Narendra Modi is the most favorite leader of Indians in the national ranking. At the same time, Narendra Modi is still at the top in the international ranking of 25 world leaders. At the national level, Modi's approval rating was between 60-67% last year. Modi reached 75% in February 2024 when the elections had not even started and then in the month of May just before the results, Modi's national approval rating was at 70%, that is, 70 out of every 100 people in India are approving the work of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister. The latest figures show that 86% of the people of North Zone, 83% of East Zone and 75% of West Zone have given full marks to Modi's leadership.

28% gap between Modi and Meloni in ratings

In the international approval rating released after the results of June 4, Narendra Modi is at the number one position with an approval rating of 70%. In comparison, Italy's PM Giorgia Meloni is at the 9th position with an approval rating of 42%.

US President Joe Biden is at the 12th position with an approval rating of 37%.

Canada's PM Justin Trudeau is at the 17th position with a rating of 30%.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is at the 20th position with an approval rating of 25%.

UK PM Rishi Sunak is at the 21st position with an approval rating of 25%

French President Emmanuel Macron is at the 22nd position with an approval rating of 21%

Japan's PM Fumio Kishida is at the 25th position with an approval rating of 13%.

That is, even the heads of the seven G7 countries are nowhere in front of Modi in terms of approval rating.

After June 4, Modi has not weakened, PM Modi has become stronger

At a time when the ratings of every foreign head of state are declining, Narendra Modi is the only leader whose ratings are increasing every week. Today, Narendra Modi is the only leader at the international level who is the strongest Prime Minister in the democratic world and also the most experienced leader. After the NDA government was formed in India, it was spread that Modi has become very weak now. Between June 4 and June 13, it was constantly being said that Modi will not be able to present India's point of view at the international level with full force. But the people spreading such theories do not know Modi at all because even at this time he is the most popular and strongest leader who has returned after winning the elections for the third consecutive time.

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