People are increasingly identifying themselves as global rather than national citizens, a BBC World Service poll suggests.

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There are global industries that have larger budgets than some sovereign nations. Is it any surprise that people would self identify as a global citizen?

“For some, it might be about the projection of economic clout across the world. To others, it might mean an altruistic impulse to tackle the world’s problems in a spirit of togetherness – whether that is climate change or inequality in the developing world.

Global citizenship might also be about ease of communication in an interconnected age and being able to have a voice on social media.”

There can be profound implications for how companies lead, operate and effect change in a world of global citizenry.