Jacinda Ardern is generally understood as a people’s leader, committed to the cause of her country without sitting on a high horse, often mingling with them in person and acquainting herself with their troubles.
New Zealand was initially acclaimed as a world leader in tackling coronavirus outbreak. Recently, it reported fresh outbreaks after more than 100 days without any locally transmitted infections.
Newshub-Reid Research Poll‘s results look promising for Jacinda Ardern in the upcoming elections. The Labour Party topped the poll in popularity. Ardern was voted as the most preferred Prime Minister of the country over other leaders. The results show that the majority of the country’s population trusts her more than the opposing leaders.
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To tackle the period poverty the Prime Minister announced to provide free sanitary pads in high schools across the country
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern witnesses an Earthquake while in a live interview has been a first.
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There is a lot to learn from Ardern’s rise in popularity the way she has handled crisis after crisis so far, for both global leaders and electorates.
Ardern’s popularity reached up to 59.5 percent which shows a rise of 20.8 points from the previous poll. It’s the highest score for any leader in the history of the Newshub-Reid Research poll.
Recently, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was denied entry into a cafe because it had already reached its customer limit.
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