Michelle Obama was again named the most admired woman this year, and the first lady Melania trump remained in second place of honor.
For the second year in a row, Michelle Obama is the most admired woman, Gallup, who beat the first lady Melania trump in the survey of 2019. According to Gallup, 55-year-old Obama received 10% of the total votes, followed by 49-year-old trump with 5% of the vote. The first women were harassed Oprah Winfrey, 65 years, former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, 72, and activist on climate Greta Thunberg, 16 years, at three per cent in the annual survey each. Among the other main contenders in the poll, which was conducted from 2 to 15 December, was even Queen Elizabeth II (in this competition it involved the 51st time!) The speaker of the house of representatives Nancy Pelosi, justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and former Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley.
Percent Obama declined, in a poll of 2018 it was 15% of the vote. This year she was also crowned as “the Most exciting woman” in the July YouGov poll, again defeating Hillary Clinton, Winfrey, Queen Elizabeth and angelina Jolie. Honors Obama come in an incredibly busy year for her. In the past year she had spent most of their efforts in a national book tour when her memoir 2018, became the best-selling book in the United States in 2019. She has also spent his younger daughter, Sasha Obama at the University of Michigan in August 2019 and continued his dedicated work to encourage young people to vote, explaining how important it is for them and for the country as a whole. Michelle Obama has lived a selfless 2019 and does not intend stop there, it has a lot of plans for the coming 2020.
As for the strong half, then, according to Gallup ranked first and second as the “Most revered man in 2019,” former President Barack Obama and President Donald trump. Historically, the first lady, according to Gallup, as a rule, conduct the survey better than their husbands, but this does not apply to Trump this year or in 2018. Michelle Obama is the sixth first lady, received the highest award in the annual Gallup poll, joining Eleanor Roosevelt (1948-1950 and 1952-1961), Jacqueline Kennedy (1963 – 1966), Mami Eisenhower (1969-1970), Betty Ford (1978) and Clinton (2002-2017).