President Erdogan is most revered leader in most Western Balkans countries

A survey conducted in the West Balkan countries – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Kosovo, showed that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the most revered leader among the inhabitants of the region.

Regional survey “Western Balkans” was organized by the International Republican Institute in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Kosovo.

During the survey, citizens of these countries were asked such questions as “What is the most important problem facing your country today?”, “What problem is the most priority for the government?” and “who of the following world and regional leaders are you responding positively?”.

Most of the citizens who participated in the survey said that the most important problem facing their country and the most important priority that the government should solve are “economic conditions and cost of life.”

– Erdogan admire Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovin, Montenegro and Northern Macedonia

In Albania, 71 percent of the citizens surveyed said that they have a positive attitude towards President Erdogan, while US President Joe Biden took the second place with 64 percent, and the chairman of China Xi Jinping – the third with 14 percent.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, 61 percent answered the same question was positively assessed by Erdogan’s activities, while Russian President Vladimir Putin, US President Biden and PRC chairman remained at 37 percent.

In Montenegro, Erdogan took first place with 56 percent, Putin – the second with 50 percent, and SI – the third with 46 percent.

In Northern Macedonia, Erdogan again became the most revered leader with 66 percent, Putin with 49 percent, Biden with 37 percent and SI with 35 percent.

In Serbia, Putin became the most revered leader with 80 percent, SE took second place with 73 percent, and President Erdogan – the third with 41 percent.

In Kosovo, Biden took first place in the ranking of the most revered leaders with 85 percent, and Erdogan – the second with 82 percent.

The survey was attended by 1216 people from Albania, 1225 from Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1220 from Northern Macedonia, 1036 from Montenegro, 1238 from Serbia and 1203 from Kosovo.