Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are 'most admired' – Gallup Poll 2012
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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are 'most admired' – Gallup Poll 2012

Washington : DC : USA | Dec 31, 2012 at 6:53 PM PST
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The Gallup Poll of 2012 have found that the President Barack Obama and the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are the 'most admired' persons of 2012.

This has been reported in huffingtonpost.com of dated 31st of December 2012.

The poll was conducted on 1038 adults from all over America between the period December 19-22 – the President polled 30% and the Secretary of State 21%.

Both of them had topped the list last year also – but, Hillary Clinton gets this honor for the 17th time which makes her the 'most admired' person ever.

Incidentally, President Obama has now got this honor 5 times in a row.

Others in the top 10 this year were - First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, while Nelson Mandela, Mitt Romney, and Rev. Billy Graham topped the list of men.

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