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An annual Gallup poll, President Trump shows share the title of “most admired people” with the former President Barack Obama for the first time.
The Gallup poll between Dec. 2-15 and asked open-ended questions, on the living men and women, the most admired.
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Both Trump and Obama received 18 percent, while 11 percent of the participants chose someone you know, and 25 percent each to choose from.
This is the first time trump ended up on the list, and the record-tying 12-time for Obama, who is now the former President Dwight Eisenhower ‘ s mark.
Others this year were in the top 10, the former President Jimmy Carter, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Pope Francis, sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt in., Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif, and Warren Buffett. None of them got more than 2 percent. That was Carter’s 29 times in the top 10, and the second under President Ronald Reagan, has 31 top-10 performances.
The survey, a sample of 1,025 employees from all 50 States and Washington, DC, at the age of 18 and above, and took place over the phone.
The 2019, the vote was mostly along party lines, but not quite, because the 2 percent of the people, the Democrats chose Trump and 3 percent of Republicans chose Obama. Independents were closely split, with 12 percent for Obama and 10 percent for Trump.
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Michelle Obama had on the top spot for women, with 10 percent of the election. The First lady, Melania Trump, ranked second with 5 percent.
Others in the top 10 Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton, teen climate activist Greta Thunberg, Queen Elizabeth II, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former U.S. Ambassador to the U. N. Nikki Haley. The President’s daughter Ivanka Trump was chosen to be 1 percent of the respondents.