Once again, President Obama tops the annual Gallup Poll for many dignified man
Donald Trump and Pope Francis both finished with 5% of respondents who named them their many dignified man, good behind Obama’s 17%.
“Trump’s surprisingly clever and mostly argumentative presidential debate has done him a distinguished news figure this year and, thus, top-of-mind for many Americans,” Gallup reported. “This helps explain his clever display when Gallup asks Americans, in an open-ended fashion, to name a male they admire most. The successful businessman has finished in a tip 10 4 other times, including from 1988 by 1990 and in 2011.”
Another 2016 presidential claimant â€”Â Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, a former initial lady and secretary of StateÂ â€”Â topped a list of many dignified women for a 14th true year and 20th time overall.
The men’s tip 10 many dignified facilities 3 presidentsÂ (Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton), 3 stream presidential possibilities (Trump, Bernie Sanders and Ben Carson), and 3 eremite and devout leaders (Pope Francis, a Dalai Lama and a Rev. Billy Graham), The 10thÂ male on a list is Microsoft owner Bill Gates.
“The 10 many dignified women are an heterogeneous brew of domestic total (Clinton, associate 2016 presidential claimant Carly Fiorina, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, former secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin), tellurian rights leaders (Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar), and radio personalities (Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres). Queen Elizabeth of England and Michelle Obama, who reason mostly rite positions in a government, also finished among a heading women.”