No. 1: President Barack Obama
No. 1: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
No. 2: Former South African President Nelson Mandela
No. 2: Michelle Obama
No. 3: Former Gov. Mitt Romney, 2012 presidential candidate
No. 3: Oprah Winfrey
No. 4: The Rev. Billy Graham
No. 4: Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
No. 5: Former President George W. Bush
No. 5: Former Gov. Sarah Palin, former vice presidential candidate
No. 6: Pope Benedict XVI
No. 6: Malala Yousufzai, Pakistani blogger
No. 7: Former President Bill Clinton
No. 7: Queen Elizabeth
No. 8: The Dalai Lama
No. 8: Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher
No. 9 (tie): Former President George H.W. Bush
No. 9 (tie): Rep. Ron Paul
No. 9 (tie): Sen. John McCain
No. 9: Aung San Suu Kyi
No. 10: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
Sept. 20: Polly Bergen, Emmy-award winning actress
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