Every year, the pollsters at Gallup put out a list of the “Most Admired Woman” of the year, and for the first time in almost two decades, failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was not at the top of the list, having been replaced by former first lady Michelle Obama.
In fact, Clinton had maintained a hold on the top spot in that annual list for the past 17 years, with Obama coming in as second to Clinton no less than three times.
However, Clinton’s standing in the public eye has been greatly diminished since her 2016 electoral loss to President Donald Trump, most likely due to the fact that she has refused to accept her defeat graciously or step aside to allow others in her party to emerge as future leaders.
As such, the Gallup poll revealed that 15 percent of Americans most admired Obama, while only 4 percent said the same about Clinton, dropping her to a tie for third place with current first lady Melania Trump.
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