Imran Khan, Malala Amongst World’s Most Admired People in 2018 – Research Snipers

Imran Khan, Malala Amongst World’s Most Admired People in 2018

We all crave for admiration, praise and recognition, don’t we? I mean everyone does. A research company by the name of YouGov has recently published a list of the most admired individuals of 2018. In the list, there are many personalities listed based on the opinions of thirty-seven thousand people belonging to thirty-five countries. YouGov categorizes the polling into distinct male and female groups.

The research was conducted by taking interviews of 37,000 people online. The list was finalized based on the replies to the following two questions, which are:

  1. Do you admire the person in question?
  2. Do you admire the particular person the most?

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The man who topped the list of most admired individuals is a person who established a tech firm, yes you guessed it right it is none other than the very famous Bill Gates. Microsoft’s co-founder has been named in an annual poll as the world’s most admired man of 2018. Bill Gates has constantly been topping the list of YouGov for past three years since the research firm has divided the polling into distinct male and female categories.

In the female category, the women who topped is again no surprise yes, Angelina Jolie who has shifted her roles from being an actor to a more serious role of being a humanitarian. She also like, Bill Gates has been topping the list for past three years.

In the global rankings, only two Pakistanis were able to secure a position—Imran Khan and Malala Yousufzai.

The research firm has also listed its research country wise, which indicates which person is admired the most locally.

In Pakistan’s case, Maulana Tariq Jamil has topped in men’s category and Bilquis Edhi topped in the women’s list. Surprisingly in the local rankings, Imran Khan secured the third position while Malala Yousafzai was at sixth rank.

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