President Donald Trump just can't escape the shadow of former President Barack Obama. 

In a new poll from Gallup, Obama remains just as popular today as he was during his last term as president. For the 10th straight year, Obama is America's "Most Admired Man." 

The poll found that 17 percent of those who responded claimed that Obama was the man they most admired and 14 percent of other respondents declared Trump as the man they admired most. Gallup conducted telephone interviews from Dec. 4-11, with a random sample of 1,049 people aged 18 and older to collect their data.

The poll reflects Trump's tumultuous first year in office. Many on the left have come out against the business mogul for his lackluster response to rising white nationalism, his continued attacks on former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, black public figures like sports journalist Jemele Hill and his attack on the widow of fallen soldier La David Johnson.

Trump has also been the face of a travel ban aimed at Muslim majority countries, a ban on trans military service people and an overwhelmingly unpopular tax bill. Other controversies surrounding Trump include supporting Republican U.S. Senate candidate from Alabama Roy Moore who has been accused of picking up minors at high schools and malls when he was in his 30s. 

He joins other incumbent presidents who did not place first such as Harry Truman in 1946-1947 and 1950-1952, Lyndon Johnson in 1967-1968, Richard Nixon in 1973, Gerald Ford in 1974-1975, Jimmy Carter in 1980 and George W. Bush in 2008.

“All but Truman in 1947 and Ford in 1974 had job approval ratings well below 50 percent, like Trump,” Gallup noted. 

Also, Hillary Clinton was named the most admired woman with 9 percent of respondents and 7 percent chose former First Lady Michelle Obama.