Jon Stewart tops the list of the Most Influential Men for 2010

By on Oct 28, 2010 in United States, World Comments

Jon Stewart tops the list of the Most Influential Men for 2010, according to votes done by readers of AskMen.

This was the announcement of the online magazine AskMen on Tuesday, after than more than 500,000 of its readers participated in the said poll.

Jon Stewart, or Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz in real life and host of the humorous news program The Daily Show, was voted as the most influential man for 2010.

Stewart was recently on top of the news after CNN anchorman Rick Sanchez called him a bigot and suggested that Jews control the media, which lead the latter to be fired.

Meanwhile, Microsoft founder Bill Gates was on the second place, while Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg ranked as third.

Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs landed on the 4th spot, rapper Kanye West was on the 5th spot, while Miami Heat’s LeBron James ranked as 16th.

Actor Sean Penn, who was said to have a long history of supporting a lot of humanitarian projects, came in at number 47.

Russell Brand, who was earlier reported to have been married with Katy Perry a few days ago, was voted as the last to complete the Top 49 Most Influential Men for 2010.

But for the excitement of most Americans, US President Barack Obama who was voted as the most influential man for 2008, but fell to number 3 in 2008 is now on the 21th place.

To view the complete list of the Top 49 Most Influential Men for 2010, all the details and information can be found at AskMen.com.



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