Morning Consult tracks the approval ratings of leaders from democracies all over the world. Leaders from Australia and Brazil, Canada, the United States, and the United States are updated every week.
Mexico, India, and Italy are notable exceptions. Mario Draghi (the Italian Prime Minister) just took office. After his long career as an economist in European financial bureaucracies, Draghi is described by the media as an “outsider” with no party. His recent election could suggest a honeymoon period, given his high approval rating. It is clear that the majority of Italians believe the country is heading in the wrong direction. They may be waiting for a change of leader.
Over two-thirds believe India is heading in the right direction. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s performance in the direction for India’s Delta Wave between April 2021 – May 2021 received the worst rating. They didn’t fall into the red. The details of COVID-19 responses were handled by the Indian provincial governments, just like the United States. Modi seems to be focusing only on the success factors of the central governments: economic growth and care for the poor. Inflation within the agreed parameters is Modi’s focus. Indians are unanimous in their agreement. The majority of Indians believe that the country is moving in the right direction.
Many commentators believe that Mexico’s President Andres Manuel López Obrador is the result of his personal style, high approval ratings, and personal style. ABC reported Lopez Obrador had finished his first six-year term halfway through. Mexicans disagree and feel that Lopez Obrador’s success is due to his personal style and high approval ratings.
What about the other leaders? Not doing so well. The use of the phrase “Build back better” by NATO’s Western members is one of the most striking features. In summer 2020, the World Economic Forum explained exactly what this meant. It’s about reinventing capitalism through the use of ESG scores to evaluate individuals and businesses.
These scores will encourage Chinese green technology investments and reduce the West’s access to reliable, affordable energy. This strategy has already resulted in increasing energy poverty in Germany, the U.K., and an increase in energy prices for the United States due to the strict restrictions placed by the Biden administration on natural gas and oil production.
Around the globe, it is becoming increasingly clear that energy policy has negative security consequences. NATO allies have been pushing for NORD 2 due to Germany’s increasing dependence on Russian oil. NORD 2 doesn’t include Ukraine. Russia’s oil pipelines pass through Ukraine at the moment, which limits Putin’s expansion to other parts of Ukraine. Putin will ignore Ukraine to remove any disruption in oil transportation as a limitation.
Although many West-based residents may not be able to understand the message, it is becoming clear that the Party of Davos does not hide the truth. Many world leaders are trying to reduce their country’s sovereignty or security. COVID is something that we all must accept. Many countries have given up the idea that they can impose unhelpful restrictions.
Respondents think that their country is heading in the wrong direction when it comes to leaders in dangerous countries. Many countries shared this opinion. It began to rise in April 2020. It has been steadily increasing in all cases since then. This trend is apparent everywhere, even in America.
In January 2016, 82% of Americans believed the country was heading in the wrong direction. Since January 2021, however, the percentage of Americans who believe the country is headed in the right direction have increased. The percentage of Americans who think the country is moving in the right direction was initially at 50%. However, it has increased to 41%.
Morning Consult’s results match Joe Biden’s from other sources. CNN released a poll Thursday showing that Biden holds a 41% approval rating. This poll could provide some insight into West-wide trends. Only 15% of Americans support Biden’s performance. 41% disagree. The president is not popular on any issue. Not even COVID-19 management.
- The economy 37% agree, 62% disagree
- Helping middle class: 41% approve, 58% disagree
- American democracy: 46% approve, 52% disapprove
- Relationship Between China and the U.S.A – 42% approve, 55% disapprove
- Relationship between Russia & the U.S.A – 42% approve, 56% disagree
- Crime – 40% approve, 54% disapprove
- Education – 46% approve, 52% disapprove
It is remarkable that 57% of Americans consider Joe Biden’s presidency a failure. Only 55% of Americans consider Donald Trump’s tenure to have been a failure.
The problem was later misdiagnosed. Morning Consult’s findings show that the West is tired of the globalist project led by unelected elites at The World Economic Forum.