This post is about The Worlds Most Admired. Every year, the world eagerly awaits the release of the list of the most admired women in the world. The rankings are based on a global survey conducted by YouGov, which asks respondents in more than 40 countries to name the people they admire the most.
In 2022, the top spot for the most admired woman in the world went to Michelle Obama, former First Lady of the United States. She has consistently been a favorite among the respondents, having held the top spot in previous years as well.
Following closely behind Michelle Obama are two other women who have also held the top spot in previous years. In second place is Oprah Winfrey, the popular talk show host and media executive. In third place is Angelina Jolie, the renowned actress and humanitarian.
Other women who made the list include Queen Elizabeth II, the long-reigning monarch of the United Kingdom, who came in at number four. Emma Watson, the actress and UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, came in at number five. Other notable women who made the list include Taylor Swift, Malala Yousafzai, and Beyoncé.
The list also includes some new faces this year, such as Simone Biles, the American gymnast who won four gold medals at the 2021 Summer Olympics, and Jacinda Ardern, the Prime Minister of New Zealand who has gained international acclaim for her leadership and response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The rankings of the most admired women in the world not only reflect the accomplishments and achievements of the women on the list but also provide insight into the values and priorities of people around the world. The survey results show that people admire women who are strong, compassionate, and committed to making a positive impact in the world.
In a world where women continue to face discrimination and inequality, the fact that so many women have made it onto the list of the most admired women in the world is a testament to their strength, resilience, and determination. It is a reminder that women’s voices and contributions are valued and respected, and that they have the power to make a difference in the world.