PM Narendra Modi tops global leaders’ list

The Logical Indian

December 23rd, 2014 / 2:43 PM

Prime minister Narendra Modi is the number one global leader when it comes to citizens approving the development strategy of their respective countries, says a study by Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.

Modi, with 87.8% approval for his policies, comfortably pipped US President Barack Obama who is ranked 20th with 44.8%. The report is based on a survey of citizens across 30 nations on 10 influential leaders having a global impact.

Prime Minister Modi, the people of India have reposed immense confidence in your administration. Please, do not let us down. Our wait for you to act on your speeches and promises, continues. We are here to cooperate with you and contribute towards nation building!

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