Michelle Obama is the most admired woman in the world. TNS
Michelle Obama, Queen Elizabeth II and Priyanka Chopra are among the most admired women in the world, a new survey finds.
YouGov’s annual survey analyses who in the world people admire. This year, the study expanded to cover the views of people in 41 counties – the most ever – with a total of 42,000 people answering the questions “Who do you truly admire?” and “Who do you most admire” from March to June.
According to the results, Academy Award-winning actress and human rights activist Angelina Jolie landed in third place, while Queen Elizabeth II was fourth on the list.
Mrs. Obama was once again number one on the women’s list.
It includes five new individuals: US first lady Melania Trump, Chinese singer Peng Liyuan, Chinese scientist Tu Youyou, Indian actress Sushmita Sen and US talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.
As for the most admired men in the world, Microsoft founder Bill Gates came out on top, followed by former US president Barack Obama, and actor
In the UK, the list changes somewhat, with natural history David Attenborough topping the list (25.7 per cent), preceded by Mr Obama (14 per cent) , and the Duke of Cambridge (5.8 per cent).
US Ambassador to the UAE John Rakolta Jr. and Counselor of the Department of State T. Ulrich Brechbuhl have officially inaugurated the construction of the US pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai,
For the second week in a row the U.S has recorded high jobless claims, increasing the fears of economic damage. The fear has pushed investors towards Gold and the price has jumped over 1% on Thursday.
Roughly 22 million have sought jobless benefits in the past month - easily the worst stretch of US job losses on record.
"Children who do survive this war will not only bear the visible wounds of traumatic injuries, but the invisible ones too," MSF International Secretary General Christopher Lockyear told the 15-member council.
The PML-N has nominated Maryam Nawaz as its candidate for the chief ministership. If elected, then Maryam would become the first-ever female chief minister in the country’s history.
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