The study result released on Tuesday which monitored the activity on various world leaders’ Twitter accounts, as well as their followers, content, tweets during the coronavirus pandemic, and reach, among other factors. It was conducted by communications agency Burson Cohn Wolfe (BCW) Worldwide.
The study highlighted that Trump owed his Twitter position to his “army of ‘Keyboard Warriors’, liking, retweeting, and amplifying his messages”.
Trurkish President Erdogan was ranked seventh, with 16.1 million followers and 17% growth in his followers.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz who bagged the second position, with 23,573 retweets on average.
Erdogan was on the fifth position, with 4,879 retweets on average.
In terms of reach, on the other hand, PM Imran managed to secure the fourth position, with the true reach estimated to be 7.5 million people or 64% of his 12.1 million followers.