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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson sits at the bottom of Morning Consult's world leaders' approval rating table amidst a steady release of stories detailing COVID lockdown-breaking parties and gatherings by he and his gov't. French President Emmaneul Macron, Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez, and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro sit just above Johnson.
- Indian PM Narendra Modi and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador continue to top the approval rating table, with Italian PM Mario Draghi sits as the developed market leader with the highest approval.
- Modi (India): 72%, López Obrador (Mexico): 67%, Draghi (Italy): 59%, Kishida (Japan): 51%, Scholz (Germany): 47%, Morrison (Australia): 44%, Biden (US): 43%, Trudeau (Canada): 43%, Moon (South Korea): 40% Bolsonaro (Brazil): 37%, Sánchez (Spain): 37%, Macron (France): 35%, Johnson (UK): 34% . Morning Consult, 13/1/22.