Volodymyr Zelensky ranks # 1 in Time’s readers’ poll of the most influential people. With over 3.3 million votes, the Ukrainian president wins the 5%preferences
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Zelensky is a head of the country from April from 2019, when he surpassed his predecessor Poroshenko with over 70% of the votes in the second round of the presidential elections. When he chose to go into politics, Zelensky was already known by many as comic and character in a television series
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In second place in the ranking we find Elon MuskCEO of Tesla and SpaceX, who receives the 3.5% of the votes. Time magazine had already named the US billionaire “Person of the Year 2021” last year
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With the 3.4% of the votes the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson conquers the last step of the podium. Despite the criticism of the holidays during the months of the pandemic, readers have considered Johnson one of the most influential people of the year.
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In fourth place in the ranking we do not find a single character, but the whole category of health workers. Doctors, nurses and Oss, fundamental for the fight against Covid-19, conquer the 3.2% of the votes
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The US president closes the top 5 of the most influential people of 2022 according to Time readers Joe Biden. The head of the White House, who in recent months has led the United States in the response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, has obtained the 3.1% of the votes. The rest of the ranking will be released on May 23rd.
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