G7 Leaders, 2001-present

Can you name the leaders of the G7 countries since the year 2001?
As of January 20, 2021
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Last updated: January 20, 2021
First submittedJune 28, 2017
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Canada
2015–
Justin Trudeau
2006–2015
Stephen Harper
2003–2006
Paul Martin
1993–2003
Jean Chrétien
 
 
France
2017–
Emmanuel Macron
2012–2017
François Hollande
2007–2012
Nicolas Sarkozy
1995–2007
Jacques Chirac
 
 
Germany
2005–
Angela Merkel
1998–2005
Gerhard Schröder
Italy
2018–
Giuseppe Conte
2016–2018
Paolo Gentiloni
2014–2016
Matteo Renzi
2013–2014
Enrico Letta
2011–2013
Mario Monti
2008–2011
Silvio Berlusconi
2006–2008
Romano Prodi
2001-2006
Silvio Berlusconi
2000–2001
Giuliano Amato
 
 
Japan
2020–
Yoshihide Suga
2012–2020
Shinzō Abe
2011–2012
Yoshihiko Noda
2010–2011
Naoto Kan
2009–2010
Yukio Hatoyama
2008–2009
Tarō Asō
2007–2008
Yasuo Fukuda
2006–2007
Shinzō Abe
2001–2006
Junichirō Koizumi
2000–2001
Yoshirō Mori
United Kingdom
2019–
Boris Johnson
2016–2019
Theresa May
2010–2016
David Cameron
2007–2010
Gordon Brown
1997–2007
Tony Blair
 
 
United States
2021–
Joe Biden
2017–2021
Donald Trump
2009–2017
Barack Obama
2001–2009
George W. Bush
1993–2001
Bill Clinton
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Level 73
Jun 28, 2017
Berlisconi was such a prominent figure and because of him I can not remember anybody before or after.
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Level 63
Jun 28, 2017
Lmao at Japan! Mostly one year terms.
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Level 76
Jun 29, 2017
True although current PM has been there since 2012 and no signs of him being displaced anytime soon.
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Level 76
Mar 17, 2021
And he's gone.
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Level 59
May 20, 2021
No the current PM has only been there since 2020.
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Level 68
Jun 29, 2017
I'm so embarassed... as an Italian I couldn't remeber two PMs -.-
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Level 75
Jun 29, 2017
I'm amazed that the Japanese leaders are all at over 10%.
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Level 59
Aug 24, 2017
Yukio Hatoyama is now at 10%, not over 10%. But seriously speaking, I think the reason for this is a lot of politics-buffs taking the quiz they're good at.
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Level 72
Jan 2, 2020
Not now, they're not. Of the 8 that are on less than 10%, 7 are Japanese.
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Level 70
Jun 30, 2017
Looking at the US, UK and France that really is an incredible list of underwhelming and mediocre politicans.
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Level ∞
Jul 1, 2017
As opposed to Japan and Italy?
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Level 63
Jul 1, 2017
So, Germany and Canada have perfect leaders?
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Level 70
Jun 4, 2018
Yeah, touche. It's just a list full of incredibly mediocre politicians.
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Level 82
Jul 1, 2017
No wonder Japan and Italy are such basketcases!
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Level 61
Aug 24, 2017
3% didn't get the orange idiot? Yikes! What a blissful life they must lead not knowing him!
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Level 55
Aug 24, 2017
Despite the constant negative press covfefe!
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Level 50
Jan 3, 2020
They probably couldn't bear to type it in and preferred to leave it blank. I almost did that for the other idiot, Johnson.
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Level 60
Aug 24, 2017
got 28 right
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Level 62
Aug 24, 2017
Totally drew a blank on David Cameron and Nicolas Sarkozy.
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Level 61
Jun 1, 2018
Time to update Italy! Giuseppe Conte will be sworn later today as the new Prime minister.
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Level 78
Jun 3, 2018
Top job in Italy seems a tough one, they only ever last a few months
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Level 61
Jun 4, 2018
Italy is a parliamentary republic, where cabinets, and mostly Prime ministers were given little power by the post-war Constitution, fearing a comeback of a Fascist regime. This means that every little change in the parliamentary majority usually reflects in a cabinet change. Traditionally - if we except the last 20-25 years - PM were fairly less powerful than majority parties leaders. During the last years, this system has come back to work.

From 1948 to 1982, PM changed every few months, but they were all from the same party.

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Level 82
Jun 3, 2018
100% on USA, UK, and France.

50% on Canada and Germany

Italy and Japan... not even close

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Level 82
Jan 2, 2020
did almost exactly the same this time. I haven't improved in the past year and a half. :P
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Level 83
Jan 21, 2021
Ditto. 100% for those countries, 0 for Italy and Japan.
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Level 66
Oct 18, 2019
add boris
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Level 66
Dec 25, 2019
As a Brit I’m severely embarrassed by the UK list...
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Level 50
Jan 3, 2020
Same.
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Level 83
Jan 21, 2021
Trade ya.
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Level 75
Dec 25, 2019
Merkel is mediocre in every regard except in power maintenance. Her compromises are usually foul content-wise, but they are perfectly balanced between the interests of "the economy" (or its leaders) and the current vibe among the population. Her precedessor Schröder got done much more in half the time, and he more or less deliberalitely paid the price by making himself unpopular. He brought about massive social and economic reforms which transformed Germany from the "sick man of Europe" to its powerhouse (and also created Europe's largest precariat, unfortunately). His government was also the first since the end of WWII to enter a war, and yet, along with Chirac, they opposed Bush when he invaded Iraq. Not a fan overall, but probably underrated in his influence.
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Level 72
Dec 26, 2019
What a nonsensical circus those G7 meetings must be.
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Level 70
Jan 2, 2020
Pretty much only got USA and UK
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Level 50
Jan 3, 2020
I'm from the UK and live in Canada, and have always wondered what it's like to live somewhere where there is actually a good person in charge. Sadly, no one on this list qualifies as coming close.
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Level 75
Jan 4, 2020
Which country do you think has a good person in charge?
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Level 82
Jan 5, 2020
I'm with camus. Have there been any world leaders in history who were "good" in your estimation? I see several on the above list that I'd call good.
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Level 75
Jan 12, 2020
The question was sincere by the way, lol. Considering how many people you have to please and how many compromises you need to make even at the start of a political career, "good" is relative for any head of government/state. Especially for larger nations, which are more involved internationally. José Mujica sounds like an alright guy, but someone from Uruguay can probably cite at least half a dozen questionable things he's done or was forced to do.
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Level 67
Jul 15, 2020
Lacalle Pou is (and will be) 100x times better than pepe Mujica.

In fact im Argentinean and planning to emigrate to Uruguay, my country´s government sucks big time

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Level 75
Feb 13, 2021
Conte was replaced by Mario Draghi in February 2021, but noted from the instructions that any quiz update may take up to a year to appear.