Former FLOTUS Michelle Obama was voted the woman most admired by Americans this year.
Obama knocks former FLOTUS Hillary Clinton from the top spot for the first time in almost two decades. According to Gallup, Oprah Winfrey was second, with Clinton and Melania Trump next. Obama racked up 15 percent of the vote with Winfrey's second racking up 5 percent of the votes.
Obama is still promoting her best-selling book, "Becoming."
"Like a lot of political spouses, the role was thrust upon her. But I always knew she’d be incredible at it, and put her own unique stamp on the job. That’s because who you see is who she is—the brilliant, funny, generous woman who, for whatever reason, agreed to marry me. I think people gravitate to her because they see themselves in her—a dedicated mom, a good friend, and someone who’s not afraid to poke a little fun at herself from time to time," her husband, said to Vogue.
Clearly, America sees this too.
For the men, former POTUS tops the list with 19 percent of the vote, followed by Trump's 13 percent in second place.
Here are the complete lists:
Most Admired Woman
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Most Admired Men
George W. Bush