Monday, January 19, 2015

Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai is the third most admired woman by Americans

WASHINGTON: Malala Yousafzai Pakistan is the third most admired woman by Americans, the Gallup polling station on Monday.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the most admired woman of US citizens, followed by television icon Oprah Winfrey.

Winfrey has collected eight percent, while five percent chose 17 Yousafzai, who survived shot down by the Taliban and went on the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 to win for the promotion of human rights education for children.

Clinton, a candidate for the US presidency in 2016 likely won the award for the 13th year in a row, earning 12 percent of the vote.

President Barack Obama was the most admired people who won 19 percent of the vote, followed by Fran├žois six percent.

Over the past seven decades, Gallup asked Americans men and women they admire most, anywhere in the world.

The question is open, a technical issue that seems to reward the long-standing reputation of public life as Queen Elizabeth.

Hillary Clinton, who has been in public since the beginning of the 1990s, the honor of winning a total of 19 times since 1993rd

Obama was the most admired people in the past seven years. According to Gallup, the president of the United States almost always tops the list.

The survey was conducted between December 8 and 11 among 805 adults in the United States. His margin of error of four percentage points.