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Arabic leaders cross their national borders on social media

Alianzo’s last report, centered on the social presence of international leaders, shows that two Arabic politicians from small countries have an audience that exceeds the Facebook population of their states of origin. It’s the case of Prime Minister of United Arab Emirates Rashid Al Maktum, and Queen Rania of Jordan, who both have millions of followers on social media though their countries are relatively small.

Our report uses our analytics tools to measure the performance of around 50 leaders. The most successful ones in terms of followers and interactions do always come from big countries: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi leads in engagement, though former US President Barack Obama has the most followers. The third interesting figure is Pope Francis, who is getting lots of interactions on Twitter.