Barack Obama was once again named the most admired man with 19 percent. Ms. Obama more tripled the others, earning 15% of total mentions.
Hillary Clinton is no longer the most admired woman in America. Hillary Clinton and Melania Trump followed with 4 percent mentioning each.
A chart of overall Most Admired rankings is embedded below, or read the Gallup News article here.
The survey has been conducted every year since 1946, with the exception of 1976.
President Donald Trump came in second with 13 percent of the votes.
In the men's category, Barack Obama was named America's most-admired man. Winfrey has appeared on the list 31 times, never finishing in first place but coming in second 14 times.
"Clinton has finished first 22 times - more than any other man or woman - including in 1993 and 1994, 1997 through 2000, and 2002 through 2017", reports Gallup. Almost 13 percent picked President Trump.
Queen Elizabeth's appearance marked her 50th time making the list.
Previously, Mrs. Obama finished second to Clinton three times in the poll. It is only the 13 time that the sitting president has not topped the poll.
The top 10 spots for women included Queen Elizabeth, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, as for men - former President George W. Bush, Pope Francis as well as business magnate and philanthropist Bill Gates made it to the top 10. If Trump does not get to the top spot during his term, it will be only the second time that a U.S. president has not had the honor. Bernie Sanders, former President Bill Clinton, the Dalai Lama, former Vice President Joe Biden, inventor Elon Musk and Vice President Mike Pence. He is now one year short of a record run at the top, according to Gallup.