President Obama and Hillary Clinton top admired list
Two politicians top the most admired man and woman list in 2011.
The annual USA Today/Gallup poll says: Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton topped the list of most admired women for a record 16th time; rounding out the top five: Oprah, First Lady Michelle Obama, Sarah Palin and, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
For the men, President Obama won the title for the fourth straight year. He was followed by former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. The Reverend Billy Graham and billionaire investor Warren Buffett rounded out the top five.
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