UK Poll Discovers Top 49 Most Influential Men for 2011

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22nd June 2012 13:34 - Public Consultation

Lifestyle site AskMen.com commissioned a poll of 7,200 British men aged between 18 and 40 to uncover this year’s Top 49 Most Influential Men.

Prince William has been voted top in the online survey, while Prime Minister David Cameron came last.

UK Editor of AskMen.com, Drew Lubega, commented on the findings: "This was the year that our readers believe Prince William finally came of age, making the Royal family accessible and cool, in a way that the previous generation failed. He's a hard worker determined to use his global profile for good causes.”

He added: "Everyone who makes the Top 49 have experienced an incredible year - shaping the opinions and tastes of men across the UK. Making the list is an achievement, but against the toughest economic background for almost a century, it's incredibly telling that our Prime Minister wasn't considered more influential by young Brits."

French DJ and producer David Guetta came second in the Top 49, followed consecutively by footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, TV star Piers Morgan and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

In addition, President Barack Obama made 10th position, Justin Bieber 11th and William's brother Prince Harry rated at 22nd on the list.

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