Gallup: Obama, Hillary become Americans' "most admired" people

10:13, December 28, 2010      

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U.S. renowned research organization Gallup unveiled on Monday its annual list of Americans’ "Most Admired" men and women, which is based on a poll held around the country.

Since the organization started the survey in 1946, U.S. presidents have occupied the No.1 spot for men 52 times. And how about President Obama in the 2010 rankings?

Following are the top 5 spots for both men and women on the list:

No. 5 Bill Gates and Condoleezza Rice

Chairman of Microsoft, philanthropist and former U.S. Secretary of State

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses a session of the 18th World Aids Conference in Vienna July 19, 2010. (Xinhua/Reuters File Photo)

<center class="t091105">Condoleezza Rice (Xinhua/Reuters File Photo)
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