Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are the most admired man and woman in the United States. A Gallup poll published Wednesday asked Americans to name the male and female they most admired. The December survey found that 17% of respondents declared Obama as the man they most admired.>> What's been going on while I've been gone?
>> With President Donald Trump in second place, with 14%.>> Thank you.>> Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was named the Most Admired Woman with 9% of correspondents.>> Thank you all so much.>> Just edging out former First Lady Michelle Obama in second place with 7% support.
>> When you have a voice, you just can't use it any kind of way.>> Obama has held the top spot for ten years in a row.>> Everybody sit down, sit down, we got work to do.>> Hillary Clinton, 16 years straight, and 22 times overall. The top ten list for men includes Pope Francis, Senator John McCain, and Senator Bernie Sanders.
Queen Elizabeth II, Oprah Winfrey, First Lady Melania Trump, and Beyoncé Kowles join Clinton and Obama in the race for top woman. This year's poll was based on telephone interviews conducted from December 4th to December 11th. Respondents were a random sample of 1,049 people, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.