Joe Biden Ranked Sixth in Approval Rating of World Leaders

Joe Biden Ranked Sixth in Approval Rating of World Leaders (1)

President Joe Biden came in 6th place in a ranking of world leaders. He is behind Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

According to a survey, Joe Biden is the sixth most popular President. The people in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States approve of him at 44%.

The data intelligence company, founded in 2014, bases its approval ratings on what adults say.

Indians like their Prime Minister, and they give him a 70% approval rating. Mexicans also like their new President, and they give him a 66% approval rating. The Italian Prime Minister is liked by 58%; the German Prime Minister is liked by 54%. The Australian Prime Minister has 47%.

Among those who ranked last are Pedro Sánchez from Spain, Emmanuel Macron from France, and Jair Bolsonaro from Brazil. They all have a 37%, 36%, and 35% approval rating.

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The survey shows that since Joe Biden became President, his approval rating has gone down 6%. His rating started at 50% and is now 44%, which is the same as President Trump’s.

In the same time frame, people who disapprove of Biden as a leader have increased from 28% to 48%.

Meanwhile, nationwide, Biden’s ratings have been getting worse. A recent poll showed that his approval rating is 38%. The poll was done after the elections on November 2.

David Paleologos, the director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center, said that Joe Biden’s administration had hit a historical low point.

A poll showed that people who were asked said they would vote for the Republican party. This is unusual because this indicator usually gives Democrats the edge.

The generic congressional ballot test is a way to measure how people are voting. They are looking for the one-party that they most want to vote for. The poll indicated that many people were leaning more towards the Republican Party, which was different than what they were before.

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