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November 2023 EMEA Leader Approval and Country Trajectory Outlooks in 6+ Charts

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Report summary

Every day, Morning Consult conducts surveys in 43 nations around the globe tracking public opinion on world leaders, international organizations, policy issues and other countries.

This collection of charts focuses on EMEA leader approval and country trajectory outlooks, showing the net shares of adults in key countries who approve of the incumbent political leader and say their country is headed in the right direction. The countries tracked in this edition include Egypt, Israel and Nigeria. For analysis of this data, see the November 2023 EMEA Leader Approval & Country Trajectory memo.

Key Takeaways

  • Egypt: President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi will continue to capitalize on sympathy with Palestinians to shore up support before token December elections that will likely see him stick around.
  • Israel: Consistently negative views of President Benjamin Netanyahu and Israel’s country trajectory stand in stark contrast to shifting Israeli views of their country’s allies and enemies.
  • Nigeria: Embattled President Bola Tinubu is unlikely to quickly regain Nigerians’ favor after incendiary comments in court, with his net approval rating currently hovering near record lows.


Morning Consult conducts thousands of daily interviews on key political issues across 43 countries, making our unified data set on political attitudes — Morning Consult Political Intelligence — the largest globally. Every day, we gauge public opinion on world leaders, international organizations, policy issues and other countries to provide customers with data at the scale and speed needed to navigate the changing global political landscape in real time. Daily historical data is available for up to 6 years. For more information on average daily sample sizes, target populations, and more, see our MCPI methodology primer here.

About the author

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Sonnet Frisbie
Deputy Head of Political Intelligence

Sonnet Frisbie is the deputy head of political intelligence and leads Morning Consult’s geopolitical risk offering for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Prior to joining Morning Consult, Sonnet spent over a decade at the U.S. State Department specializing in issues at the intersection of economics, commerce and political risk in Iraq, Central Europe and sub-Saharan Africa. She holds an MPP from the University of Chicago.

Follow her on Twitter @sonnetfrisbie. Interested in connecting with Sonnet to discuss her analysis or for a media engagement or speaking opportunity? Email [email protected].