Politics

Obama, Hillary Clinton Most Admired of 2010

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

For the third straight year, President Obama has been named the most admired man of 2010. He received 22% of the vote in a Gallup poll, easily besting former President George W. Bush who finished second.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton narrowly defeated Sarah Palin to win the title of most admired woman. Here are the full lists:

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Most Admired Man

1) President Obama -- 22%
2) George W. Bush -- 5%
3) Bill Clinton -- 4%
4) Nelson Mandela -- 2% 
5) Bill Gates -- 2%
6) (tie) Pope Benedict XVI -- 2%
6) (tie) Rev. Billy Graham -- 2%
8) (tie) Jimmy Carter -- 2%
8) (tie) Glenn Beck -- 2%
10) The Dalai Lama -- 1%

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People were so furious about this Pepsi ad that Pepsi pulled it after just one day. Watch it here and decide if it's offensive:

Most Admired Woman

1) Hillary Clinton -- 17%
2) Sarah Palin -- 12%
3) Oprah Winfrey -- 11%
4) Michelle Obama -- 5%
5) Condoleezza Rice -- 2%
6) Queen Elizabeth -- 2%
7) Angelina Jolie -- 1%
8) Margaret Thatcher -- 1%
9) (tie) Aung San Suu Kyi -- 1%
9) (tie) Laura Bush -- 1%
9) (tie) Barbara Bush -- 1%