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Michelle Obama wins America's 'Most Admired Woman' in Gallup poll

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Michelle Obama is currently touring the world to promote her recently released autobiography "Becoming."

Unsurprisingly, the former first lady was a strong favorite among Democrat voters, with 28 percent naming her. Melania Trump was the top finisher among respondents identifying as Republicans, scoring 9 percent, although both Obama and Winfrey each scored 5 percent. A family success Yana Paskova | Getty Images Former U.S. President Barack Obama answers questions at the Gates Foundation Inaugural Goalkeepers event on September 20, 2017 in New York City.

The Obama family celebrated a double victory with former President Barack Obama taking home the "Most Admired Man" award for the 11th year in a row. President Donald Trump finished second in the male category.

If Barack Obama can win one more year, he will tie with former President Dwight Eisenhower for the most No. 1 finishes among men. To date, Trump and Gerald Ford are the only two presidents not to win the honor while in office.

Gallup said that the Rev. Billy Graham, who passed away in 2018, has the most top 10 finishes of any man or woman, a record 61 times. Most Admired Man (%)