Trump had by far the most interactions of any world leader on Facebook, with an accumulated 204.9 million interactions since January 2017.
Â Indian Prime MinisterÂ Narendra ModiÂ is the most followed world leader on Facebook and he has nearly the number of followers as President Donald Trump, a report by Burson Cohn & Wolfe.
According to the report released on Wednesday, ModiÂ tops the list of world leaders with 43.2 million followers on Facebook, followed by Trump in second place with 23.1 million followers.
The report, titled “World Leaders on Facebook” was released byÂ Burson CohnÂ & Wolfe (BCW), a communications firm that specializes in digital and integrated communications.
According to the report, as ofÂ March 15, 2018,Â Queen RaniaÂ ofÂ JordanÂ is in third place with 16 million followers.
Cambodia’sÂ Prime Minister Hun Sen is fifth, with 9.6 million followers and a growth rate of 48 percent.
The report is based on the study conducted on official Facebook pages of 650 leaders worldwide from January 1, 2017 using the aggregate data collected from Facebook’s Crowdtangle tool.
In Facebook interactions, Trump scores ahead of Modi. â€œOver the past 14 months, the Facebook page of President Donald Trump had by far the most interactions of any world leader on Facebook, with an accumulated 204.9 million interactions on his page and an overall interaction rate (the sum of all interactions divided by the number of posts and the average page likes since January 1, 2017), of 0.41 percent,â€ the report said.
Modi clocked up 113.6 million interactions, which is â€œmore than twice as many as Indonesian President Joko Widodo with nearly 46 million interactions,â€ it revealed.
The World Leaders on Facebook study found that 175, or 91 percent, leaders of the 193 United Nations member states maintain an official Facebook page.
In addition, 109 heads of state, 86 heads of government and 72 foreign ministers maintain personal pages on the platform.
“It is clear that world leaders are increasingly using social media to communicate directly with their constituents and platforms like Facebook to bring a personal, humanizing tone to their communications,” saidÂ Chad Latz, Chief Innovation Officer,Â Burson CohnÂ & Wolfe.