Hillary Loses Vote As 'Woman Most Admired By Americans' For 1st Time in 17 Years
Clinton lost the vote to Former first lady Michelle Obama
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has lost her crown as the American women's 'most admired woman,' according to a new Gallup poll released Thursday.
Clinton lost the vote to Former first lady Michelle Obama, who was named the woman Americans admire most in the world, which saw 15 percent of those surveyed choosing her.
In second place came Oprah Winfrey, who saw just 5 percent of the vote, with Hillary coming at third with Melania Trump at 4 percent.
The breakdown for Democrats who were surveyed, Clinton tied with Winfrey, but behind Obama.
The failed presidential candidate saw less than 0.5 percent of the vote from Republicans.
Former President Barack Obama won the award for the man most admired by Americans for the eleventh year in a row.
While President Donald Trump came in second place this year, finishing with 13 percent corresponding to 19 percent for his predecessor.
Hillary also missed out on the award back in 2001 to the then-first lady Laura Bush.
But Clinton also won four consecutive years preceding Bush’s victory, meaning she won the award for 20 of the last 21 years.
Gallup conducted 1,025 phone interviews with people 18 years and above between Dec. 3-12.
Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize back in 2009 after he was only in office a few months
The Norwegian Nobel Committee chose to honor Obama almost ten years ago for "for his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."
But the decision could soon be reversed due to opposition from various political figures, civil leaders, and authors.