For the 10th year in a row, Americans keep voted Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton as the man and woman living anywhere in the planet who they admire most, according to a recent Gallup poll.
Come to passes are based on telephone interviews conducted with a random sample of 1,049 of ages, ages 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
Gallup notes that this ballot has been administered 71 times since 1946 and the incumbent president has won 58 of those periods.
But with this 2017 nomination post-presidency, Obama edges out stylish President Donald Trump, who came in second place followed by Pope Francis. Profligacy President Mike Pence tied for eighth place with 1 percent.
“The binding president is the usual winner, since he is arguably the most prominent human being in the country,” Gallup reports. “But when the president is unpopular, other eminent and well-liked men have been able to finish first.”
On the women’s side, prehistoric first lady Michelle Obama just barely trailed behind Hillary Clinton in determining the second spot with 7 percent. The current first lady Melania Trump knotted for eighth place with four other women.
This year reduces the 16th consecutive year that Clinton has taken the top spot as the most wondered woman. She has also held the title 22 times, more than any other themselves, either man or woman. Former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt inherited the second highest number of wins with 13 nominations.
For men, ancient president Dwight Eisenhower holds the highest number of wins with 12 contrasts. However, Obama comes in second place with 10 carry off the palms and won the title of the most admired man all eight years of his presidency.
But it wasn’t scarcely political leaders who appeared on the list of most admired people. Method mogul Oprah Winfrey came in third place and singer Beyoncé Knowles bound for eighth. The royal family also made an appearance, with Queen mother Elizabeth II and Duchess Kate Middleton coming in fifth place and eighth Rather residence respectively.
On the men’s side, some notable business leaders also surmount fill up the list. SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Microsoft co-founder Charge Gates and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, now the world’s richest mortal physically, all tied for 10th place.
Finally, the poll also points out that although Clinton adopted the No. 1 spot for women this year, the likelihood that she whim retain this honor in the future remains uncertain and will be “call out in coming years with her political career likely over.”
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