Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama Most Admired in 2012


#1

Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama Most Admired in 2012

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More graphs at the link for other statistics past and present.


#2

Not a lot of choice…


#3

:rofl:John McCain:rofl:


#4

I’d say the same about most of the above (at least the ones I know about). And the list leaves me uncertain as to whether I should :coffee_spray: at Gallup, or:Thud:at the so-called American people…


#5

Really? Aung san Suu Kyi is at the bottom of the list. If anyone from those list is to admired at all it is her. Dear god what is the world coming to?


#6

Amerika has been born.


#7

[quote=“Seravee, post:5, topic:37665”]
Really? Aung san Suu Kyi is at the bottom of the list. If anyone from those list is to admired at all it is her. Dear god what is the world coming to?
[/quote]I was thinking the exact same thing. +1.


#8

Who exactly is Aung san Suu Kyi?


#9

Aung San Suu Kyi


#10

Admired of course here like the Time Magazine Person of the Year, means technically the person who most people talked about. Notice how gallup included that it is based off of Mentions. That means negative mentions are in play too. You can admire someone you hate! In effect you learn all about them, so you are not like them. Which is technically what I did with Obama. He’s the reason I am a Republican.


#11

I don’t think so! And if it just based on who is talked about - the word “admire” should not be in there. Don’t we talk a lot about Obama on this site - without admiring him?