By Jueseppi B.
This is post by Gallup at Gallup Politics.
Clinton has been Most Admired more than any other woman in Gallup’s history
Clinton Most Admired Woman for 17th Time
Hillary Clinton’s first-place finish this year further solidifies her position as the most often named Most Admired Woman in Gallup’s history — a total of 17 times going back to her first year as first lady in 1993. Clinton missed being Most Admired in 1995 and 1996 when she finished second to Mother Teresa, and in 2001, when she was second to Laura Bush. Eleanor Roosevelt is second with 13 finishes as Most Admired Woman, followed by Thatcher, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Mother Teresa.
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