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Michelle Obama Is the ‘Most Admired’ Woman in the World, Says New YouGov Poll

Results from a London-based market research and analytics firm are in — and the former first lady tops the list

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An outfit called YouGov.com released a poll that will be controversial, especially among more than half of America.

The poll claims the group surveyed over 42,000 people in 41 countries — and concluded that Michelle Obama is the “most admired” woman in the world.

This is an individual who has said she’s never been proud to be an American.

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I disagree and have always loved America — even as the previous administration severely compromised it, in my view.

Oprah Winfrey came in second place, Academy Award-winning actress and human rights activist Angelina Jolie landed in third place, and Queen Elizabeth II was fourth on the list.

Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton ranked at number 8, and Madonna ranked at number 11.

Comedian Ellen DeGeneres was number 15, while first lady Melania Trump came in at 19 out of 20 names, according to this poll.

Here is the list of “world’s most admired women” for 2019:

1.) Michelle Obama

2.) Oprah Winfrey

3.) Angelina Jolie

4.) Queen Elizabeth II

5.) Emma Watson

6.) Malala Yousafzai

7.) Peng Liyuan

8.) Hillary Clinton

9.) Tu Youyou

10.) Taylor Swift

11.) Madonna

12.) Angela Merkel

13.) Deepika Padukone

14.) Priyanka Chopra

15.) Ellen Degeneres

16.) Aishwarya Rai

17.) Sushmita Sen

18.) Theresa May

19.) Melania Trump

20.) Yang Mi

The poll also presents results by country — so within the United States, the most popular women in the U.S. after Michelle Obama are Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Melania Trump. Ellen DeGeneres and Queen Elizabeth II.

To my mind, Michelle Obama certainly didn’t “admire” America. She agreed with her husband when he favored Muslims and gave millions of American tax dollars to Hamas.

Yep, I guess there’s a lot to admire — and those who do have forgotten what went down with that administration.

Here’s the list of world’s “most admired men” for 2019 from the same poll and same group:

1.) Bill Gates

2.) Barack Obama

3.) Jackie Chan

4.) Xi Jinping

5.) Jack Ma

6.) Narendra Modi

7.) Cristiano Ronaldo

8.) Dalai Lama

9.) Lionel Messi

10.) Vladimir Putin

11.) Warren Buffett

12.) Amitabh Bachchan

13.) Elon Musk

14.) Donald Trump

15.) Pope Francis

16.) Shahrukh Khan

17.) Imran Khan

18.) Salman Khan

19.) Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

20.) Andy Lau

As with every poll, one must dive into the methodology, the timing, the context.

For what reason is Michelle Obama the “most admired” in the world? What has she accomplished to deserve such a position?

Related: Obama Believes Trump’s Election Was an Insult to His Legacy

Every day it becomes more evident that the leftwing media are no longer merely a megaphone for liberals in Washington, New York, and Los Angeles.

They are now leading the radical alt-Left — and using their platform to push an anti-America agenda.

They are the real enemy of America.

A version of this article originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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