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President Obama was named the “most-admired” man for 2011 in a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll.
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The nation’s President lead the category with 17% of votes in top 10 lists that favor the most familiar names, including former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

Obama supplanted George W. Bush at No. 1 in 2008 but Bush continues in the No. 2 spot, according to the poll of 1,019 U.S. adults conducted Dec. 15-18.

Former president Bill Clinton hovers in third this year, just above the most frequently named person in the poll’s history — the Rev. Billy Graham. The 93-year-old evangelist has been on the list since Gallup first asked the question in 1946 and has made the top 10 55 times.

Read more at USAToday.com

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