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On Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at 12:07:44 PM UTC-8, Michael Brennan wrote:
> Gallup – Politics – December 27, 2017 
> WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Americans once again are most likely to name Barack Obama 
> and Hillary Clinton as the man and woman living anywhere in the world they 
> admire most, as they have for the past 10 years. 
> The 2017 survey marks the 16th consecutive year Clinton has been the most 
> admired woman. She has held the title 22 times in total, more than anyone 
> else. Eleanor Roosevelt is second with 13 wins. 
> Obama has now been named the most admired man 10 times, trailing only Dwight 
> Eisenhower, who earned the distinction 12 times. Obama won all eight years he 
> was president, plus 2008 -- the year he was first elected -- and this year, 
> his first as a former president. 
> --source--
> com/poll/224672/barack-obama-hillary-clinton-retain-admired-titles.aspx 
> PS: Trump is the first president in the survey's 71-year history to not win 
> the most admired man title in his first year in office (and the first time the 
> sitting president was not named in 37 years.)

LOL, Mike. It's big of you to admit it, though. I doubt if 'travel' can.