PM Modi approval rating: According to Morning Consult, a worldwide leading approval tracker, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s approval ratings have dropped to 66% from 82 percent in August 2019, when the Centre declared the abrogation of Article 370 and the partition of Jammu and Kashmir.
According to the poll done by the American data intelligence business, PM Modi’s approval continues to be higher than that of other world leaders, with a score of 66 percent. PM Modi is ahead of other international leaders from 13 nations, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, Australia, Canada, Brazil, France, and Germany, according to the Morning Consult.
PM Modi approval rating compared to global leaders approval ratings
“The number of Indians who approve of Mr Modi has dropped 20 points in the last year, according to Morning Consult, which analyses national evaluations of elected leaders in 13 nations. Despite this, he still beats the market at 66 percent in early June “”We’ll take care of the rest,” the company claimed in a tweet.
The Morning Consult Global Leader Approval Rating Tracker, which was updated on Thursday and includes a sample size of 2,126 people in India, indicates that 66 percent of those polled approve of Prime Minister Modi, while 28 percent disapprove.
Morning Consult’s political intelligence unit, which collects data through a “proprietary platform that provides real-time polling data on political elections,” shows that when the Modi government repealed Article 370 in August 2019, his approval ratings were 82 percent, while disapproval ratings were only 11 percent.
Morning Consult’s approval ratings approach
Morning Consult’s unique technology, Political Intelligence, delivers real-time polling data on elections, elected politicians, and voting concerns. Morning Consult conducts over 11,000 daily leadership approval interviews internationally and 5,000 daily presidential and congressional election interviews with registered voters in the United States.
The data from the daily worldwide survey is based on a 7-day moving average of all adults in a specific nation, with a margin of error of +/- 1-3 percent. All of the interviews are done online using nationally representative adult samples. (In India, the sample is indicative of the population that is literate.)
In each nation, surveys are weighted by age, gender, location, and, in some cases, education breakdowns based on official government sources. Race and ethnicity are also weighted in surveys in the United States. Respondents fill out these surveys in the languages of their respective nations.