POLL: Obama And Trump Tied For ‘Most Admired Man Of 2019’

This is going to trigger a lot of people on the left.

A new Gallup poll finds Trump and Obama tied for most admired man of 2019.

This is amazing when you consider the difference in how the media treats them. For the media, Obama walks on water and can do no wrong. Trump on the other hand, is covered by most of the media as not only wrong, but evil.

And yet, they still could not sway public opinion.

The Hill reports:

Obama, Trump tied for most admired man: Gallup

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President Trump and former President Obama have finished 2019 tied as the “most admired men” in the U.S., according to new polling from Gallup.

Obama and Trump both received 18 percent of the vote for most admired man, according to Gallup, with no other man named by more than 2 percent of respondents.

The top 10 most admired men also included former President Carter, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Pope Francis, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the Dalai Lama and Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett.

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Eleven percent of respondents said the man they admired most was a friend or relative, while 18 percent named someone else and 25 percent did not name anyone.

This was Obama’s 12th time in the top spot on the list and Trump’s first.

Some people on the left are in complete denial over this:

They just don’t get it and probably never will.


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