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Michelle Obama and Melania Trump topped the list of women admired by Americans



Donald Trump and Barack Obama divided the first place among men, writes

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Barack and Michelle Obama continue to delight Americans even three years after leaving the White House. This is evidenced by the results of the traditional poll Most Admired Man in 2019, conducted by the Gallup Institute, on New Year's Eve.

Barack Obama this time shared the first place with the incumbent President Donald Trump - both received 18% of the vote. Thus, Obama set a kind of record, for the twelfth time in a row topped the rating.

The Gallup Institute also noted that since 1948, when the first survey was conducted, incumbent presidents won in 58 cases.

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The list also included ex-president Jimmy Carter, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Pope Francis, Dalai Lama, businessman Warren Buffet, Senator Bernie Sanders, etc.

Michelle Obama again took first place in the list of women whom Americans most admire. She headed the list for the first time a year ago, for the first time in 17 years ahead of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Wife of Barack Obama received twice as many votes as Melania Trump, the current first lady (10% against 5%).

The list also includes Oprah Winfrey, Greta Thunberg, British Queen Elizabeth, former US Permanent Representative to the United Nations Nikki Haley, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Chief Justice Ruth Ginsburg.

At the top of the list of women who are admired by the Americans are also young climate activist Greta Tunberg, Oprah Winfrey and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who lost to Trump in the 2016 elections. Each of them received 3%.

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The list also included Queen Elizabeth, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and others.

Hillary Clinton has the most significant track record, who has been nominated 22 times since her husband's presidency in 1993. By the way, Golda Meir, the former prime minister of Israel, was the three times most admired by the Americans.

The current rating is also distinguished by the fact that a quarter of the survey participants found it difficult to name the person they admire. 11% named their relatives among those.

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