A new Gallup poll again hands the secretary of state the title of the "most admired woman" in the world, with 21 percent selecting her. First lady Michelle Obama comes in a distant second at 5 percent, followed by Oprah Winfrey at 4 percent.
Clinton's health concerns remain the x-factor in all of this, but it's clear that if she's healthy and wants to run, she starts 2016 as the overwhelming favorite to succeed President Obama in the White House.
Surprisingly low on the chart is Bill Clinton, who is at 1 percent despite polls showing his popularity rivaling his wife's. Of course, given that he is not constantly in the news like the names listed above, he may not be front-of-mind for many voters.
A couple of other notes:
* While Americans are very disenchanted with Washington right now, the majority of both the most admired men and most admired women are Washington politicians, including four of the top five women and seven of the top 11 men.
* While a pair of Democrats took home the titles of "most admired," Republicans have very few on the list. Of the people who got at least 1 percent of the vote, just 5 percent were Republican women (compared to 26 percent who were Democrats) and 7 percent were Republican men (compared to 31 percent who were Democrats).
All the details are here.