Trump More Admired than Joe Biden or Pope Francis, Poll Reveals
A recent YouGov survey places Trump at number 13
Donald Trump is more admired than Joe Biden and Pope Francis, according to a new poll.
A recent YouGov survey places Trump at number 13 for the most admired man on the planet.
The pope falls below Trump at number 16.
Biden is much further down at 20.
Trump's high placing is a significant achievement if you put into context the vicious media attacks he has sustained during his presidency.
But the world's most admired man remains former President Barack Obama, despite him not being much of a public figure these days.
Chinese President Xi Xinping comes in at number 3.
Bill Gates comes in at number 2.
World's Most Admired Men 2021 (1-10)— YouGov (@YouGov) December 14, 2021
1. Barack Obama 🇺🇸
2. Bill Gates 🇺🇸
3. Xi Jinping 🇨🇳
4. Cristiano Ronaldo 🇵🇹
5. Jackie Chan 🇨🇳
6. Elon Musk 🇿🇦
7. Lionel Messi 🇦🇷
8. Narendra Modi 🇮🇳
9. Vladimir Putin 🇷🇺
10. Jack Ma 🇨🇳https://t.co/oBV8X1gh6E pic.twitter.com/IedkTP2d7c
World's Most Admired Men 2021 (11-20)— YouGov (@YouGov) December 14, 2021
11. Warren Buffett 🇺🇸
12. Sachin Tendulkar 🇮🇳
13. Donald Trump 🇺🇸
14. Shahrukh Khan 🇮🇳
15. Amitabh Bachchan 🇮🇳
16. Pope Francis 🇦🇷
17. Imran Khan 🇵🇰
18. Virat Kohli 🇮🇳
19. Andy Lau 🇨🇳
20. Joe Biden 🇺🇸https://t.co/oBV8X1gh6E pic.twitter.com/APcMTylDst
The world's most admired woman is still Michelle Obama.
Angelina Jolie kept her place at number 2 above The Queen of England and Malala Yousafazi.
But the survey is questionable, to say the least.
One indication of bias is revealed by Kamala Harris, who has awful poll numbers, being in 11th place, just above Hillary Clinton.
The news comes as rumors swirl that Trump will run for President in 2024, and whispers of Hillary Clinton also running have been reported.
Neon Nettle reported recently that Clinton said Americans would not “recognize our country” if Trump wins in 2024.
Clinton made the remarks during a sit-down interview that aired Sunday with NBC’s “Today” host Willie Geist, where she warned that re-electing Trump would mean "the end of our democracy."