Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have topped Gallup's list for the most admired man and woman living anywhere in the world-the tenth consecutive year for the former president and the 16th such recognition for the former secretary of state.
Gallup said about one-quarter of respondents could not name a man or woman they admire most, roughly similar to last year's share who offered no opinion in response to the question.
Eleanor Roosevelt is a distant second, getting 13 most honorable mentions in the poll.
It's a rare result, since, for the most part, Americans will name the current president as Most Admired Man. That's according to a new Gallup poll released Wednesday. "The incumbent president has won 58 of those times". "The incumbent president is the usual victor, since he is arguably the most prominent figure in the country", Gallup reports.
Gallup, however, offered that Clinton's time at the top of the "most admired" list may be running out. Pope Francis came in third with 3 percent and Rev. Billy Graham, Sen.
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Gallup's December poll, published Wednesday, found 17 percent of respondents named Obama the man they admired most, a dip from 22 percent of respondents saying the same past year. The top honor went again to Barack Obama, with President Trump in second place.
Clinton kept her top rank, even though the rate was reduced.
Clinton "remains arguably more prominent than other contenders", Jones wrote in a blog post announcing the findings.
His margin over Trump, however, equates to an essential tie if factoring in the poll's margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points at a 95 percent confidence level.
Clinton came in at 9 percent, which was her lowest since 2002 when she received 7 percent. "However, retaining that stature may be more challenging in coming years with her political career likely over".