Who’s leading in the Miss World 2016 public voting?

In 2013, Miss Gibraltar was automatically placed in Top 6 after winning the People's Choice Award

Miss World has been a leading innovator when it comes to engaging the public to help decide on who should win the crown. From the SMS voting the early 2000s to online voting and now through the official Miss World app, millions of people have casted their votes thus stirring the interest of the general public towards beauty pageants. It is an open secret that national organizations tapped the traditional media and social media to rally their base to vote.

This year, a voter needs to download the Miss World app. Upon downloading, you get to choose your Top 3 for free. Purchasing a subscription, will give you additional 3 votes. The winner of the public voting a.k.a. People’s Choice instantly gets a Top 10 placement.

So, who is currently leading in the app voting? As of press time, the following are Top 25:

Antigua and Barbuda – Latisha Greene
Japan – Priyanka Yoshikawa
Jamaica – Ashlie Barrett
Kenya – Evelyn Njambi Thungu
Korea – Hyun Wang
Kyrgyzstan – Perizat Rasulbek-Kyzy
Latvia – Linda Kinca
Lebanon – Sandy Tabet
Lesotho – Rethabile Tsosane
Malaysia – Tatiana Kumar
Moldova – Daniela Marin
Mongolia – Bayartsetseg Altangerel
Montenegro – Katarina Keković
Myanmar – Myat Thiri Lwin
Nepal – Asmi Shrestha
Netherlands – Rachelle Reijnders
New Zealand – Karla De Beer
Nicaragua – María Laura Ramírez
Nigeria – Debbie Collins
Northern Ireland – Emma Carswell
Panama – Alessandra Bueno
Peru – Pierina Wong
Philippines – Catriona Gray
Poland – Kaja Klimkiewicz