The Associated Press
The poll, released Monday, asked respondents what man and woman, living anywhere in the world, they most admired. Rankings from one to 10 were based on total mentions and reported in percentages.
However, Obama’s percentage has fallen over the years. In 2008 he led the list with 32 percent and in 2009 with 30 percent.
Rounding out the top 10 most-admired men, with 2 percent or less: former South African President Nelson Mandella, computer tycoon Bill Gates, Pope Benedict XVI, the Rev. Billy Graham, former President Jimmy Carter, talk-show host Glenn Beck and the Dalai Lama.
Hillary Clinton has been the most-admired woman in the poll 15 times since 1992, when she first appeared following her husband’s election as president. She leads this year with 17 percent, followed by Palin with 12 percent, Winfrey with 11 percent, and first ladyÂ Michelle Obama with 5 percent.
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