Trump, Imran most googled UNGA leaders


Prime Minister Imran Khan has overshadowed his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi as being one of the most searched international leaders at the continuing 74th United Nations General Assembly session.

GoogleTrends shared the most searched leaders at the UNGA session taking place in New York with the heads of states of a raft of nations taking part.

PM Imran was the second most googled UNGA leader just behind US President Donald Trump.

Modi came in three spots below at 5th.

PM Imran even beat British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was 3rd.

Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro, who has come under fire from environmental groups for not doing enough to protect the Amazon rainforest, was 4th.

The premier will take the stage at the UNGA on September 27.

Here are the most searched #UNGA leaders pic.twitter.com/yPSwCxqnLF

— GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) September 24, 2019

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