Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are the 'most admired' people in America
Hillary Clinton extended a record and President Barack Obama got in another parting shot over his eventual successor, Donald Trump, in Gallup’s annual “most admired” poll.
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Clinton, who lost the presidential election to Trump despite garnering almost 3 million more popular votes, was Gallup’s “most admired woman” for a record 21st time (and 15th in a row), nabbing 12 percent of the vote. Eleanor Roosevelt is a distant second for all-time wins in the “most admired woman” poll with 13.
Finishing second was outgoing First Lady Michelle Obama