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PM Modi tops checklist of hottest world leaders with 75 computer ranking: Survey

New Delhi [India], August 26 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi has as soon as once more topped the worldwide ranking amongst world leaders with an approval ranking of 75 per cent, in accordance with a Morning Consult survey.

After PM Modi, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi got here second and third respectively with 63 per cent and 54 per cent scores.

The checklist that featured 22 world leaders ranked US president Joe Biden on the fifth spot with a 41 per cent ranking.

Biden is adopted by Canadian President Justin Trudeau at 39 per cent and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at 38 per cent.

Morning Consult Political Intelligence is presently monitoring the approval scores of presidency leaders and nation trajectories in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Germany, India, Mexico, Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and the United States.

Earlier in January 2022 and in November 2021, Prime Minister Modi had topped the checklist of the most well-liked world leaders.

This platform supplies real-time polling knowledge on political elections, elected officers and voting points. Morning Consult conducts greater than 20,000 world interviews day by day.

The world chief and nation trajectory knowledge relies on a seven-day shifting common of all adults in a given nation, with a margin of error of between /- 1-4 per cent.

In the United States, the typical pattern dimension is round 45,000. In the opposite international locations, the pattern dimension ranges from roughly 500-5,000.

All interviews are carried out on-line amongst nationally consultant samples of adults. In India, the pattern is consultant of the literate inhabitants.

Surveys are weighted in every nation by age, gender, area and, in sure international locations, training breakdowns based mostly on official authorities sources. In the United States, surveys are additionally weighted by race and ethnicity.

Respondents full these surveys in languages acceptable for his or her international locations. (ANI)