A survey of an American firm has revealed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is ahead of other world leaders in terms of popularity. Appreciating the results of this survey, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar. National President of the party JP Nadda and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that this is a matter of pride for Indians.
Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Saturday, It is a matter of pride that Modi ji has given a prominent place in the world leaders. In the survey conducted in 13 countries including America. Japan and Brazil by the American firm Morning Consult. He further said, ‘Modi ji is a visionary leader. He has a definite vision for the development of the country and for that he makes programs and makes them successful.
In Morning Consult, He told, America’s renowned surveying organization. has assessed what the public feels about the leaders of 13 major democratic countries. In this, the approval rating of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji has highest at 55 percent.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath also praised the result of this survey and said. ‘Prime Minister Modi has emerged as the world’s most popular politician in the survey of’ Morning Consult ‘. I heartily congratulate the Prime Minister for the Prime Minister’s highest ranking in the approval rating in the world.
BJP National President JP Nadda also praised the survey. He tweeted, ‘Our Prime Minister has once again elected the world’s most popular leader. This election was done in view of various issues and management of Covid-19 crisis.
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Ever since the Modi government came to power, people’s trust in the government has been increasing. This result of the survey is a matter of pride for all Indians. In this challenging time, Prime Minister Modi has been elected number one among all global leaders.
Talking about the results received under the survey. 70 percent people accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and 20 percent rejected it. Along with Prime Minister Modi, Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obredor and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison have also seen a tremendous increase in popularity.
Source – Google