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Clinton Most Admired Woman for Record 20th Time
Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama again lead Gallup's Most Admired Woman and Man poll. This is Clinton's 20th time finishing No. 1, the most of any woman or man, while Obama trails only Dwight Eisenhower for No. 1 finishes for men.
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton Extend Run as Most Admired
Hillary Clinton is most admired woman for the 13th year in a row and Barack Obama is most admired man for the seventh straight time. Clinton's margin over second-place Oprah Winfrey is her smallest since 2007.
The Trend Line: Barack Obama Is America's Most Admired Man
Obama Bests Trump as Most Admired Man in 2016
President Barack Obama finished ahead of President-elect Donald Trump in Gallup's 2016 most admired man poll, 22% to 15%. Hillary Clinton is the most admired woman.
Obama, Clinton Continue Reign as Most Admired
Americans name Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton as Most Admired Man and Woman again this year, for the sixth and 18th time, respectively. Billy Graham (57) and Queen Elizabeth II (46) extend their records for most top 10 finishes.
Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama Most Admired in 2012
Americans name Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama as the Most Admired Woman and Most Admired Man alive in the world today. Clinton has been the Most Admired Woman 11 years straight, Obama the Most Admired Man five years in a row.
The Trend Line: President Obama and Hillary Clinton Named Most Admired Man and Woman
Gallup Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport reveals that President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are Americans' Most Admired Man and Woman of 2013.
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton Again Top Most Admired List
Hillary Clinton is Americans' Most Admired Woman for the 10th year in a row, and Barack Obama is the Most Admired Man for the fourth year in a row. Clinton has been the Most Admired Woman a total of 16 times, more than any other woman in Gallup ...
Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton Are 2010's Most Admired
President Obama is Americans' Most Admired Man of 2010, though slightly fewer Americans name him than did so in the past two years. Hillary Clinton retains the title of Most Admired Woman for the ninth consecutive year. Sarah Palin ranks second ...
Universities: Disruption Is Coming
Change is coming one way or another to American universities. They have to decide whether they want to lead the change or become the next victims of disruption.