Narendra Modi Leads TIME Person of the Year Polls With 11% Votes


The TIME Person of the Year is one of the most prominent awards which is announced by the TIME magazine every year. This year too, the readers of the magazine got a chance to vote for their favourite person to make them the winner of the polls. However, even after the initial glitches, that the Indian Prime Minister had in the poll this time round, he is now leading the poll. The poll, whose results is to be announced on 7th of December 2016 now shows Narendra Modi on the top, with 11% of the votes. His nearest opponent is the editor-in-chief of the WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, with as many as 9% of all the votes.

Picture Courtesy: Prime Minister of India

Picture Courtesy: Prime Minister of India

The Indian Prime Minister has quite been able to leave his mark on world politics ever since he has been elected the Prime Minister of the nation. Other than some of the most valuable and well thought out schemes for his nation, he had come up with some of the most applauded foreign policies with various nations. The latest example of his decision-making power is shown from the demonetization of the nation, with the currencies of the higher denomination.

Assange, the second one in the list has been substantial in bringing out in the open facts and documents related to the 2016 Presidential Elections of the US. Apart from Assange, the others who are trailing behind in the list are US President-elect Donald Trump, Vladimir Puttin, the president of Russia, both of whom are having a total of 8% votes. The next in line is the US gymnast, Simone Biles and the creator of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda both of them are trailing the poll and are having 6% to their names. Then in line comes singer Beyoncé Knowles, US President Barrack Obama and North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un.

The voting lines of the poll will be open till 4th of December, while the results are to be declared on 7th of the same month.

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