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Arvind Keriwal Won Times Magazine Person Of Year 2014 After Mahatma Gandhi

Arvind Kejriwal Won Times Readers Poll In World

April 23,2014

Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal took first place after more than 3.2 million votes were cast, followed by Narendra Modi, the frontrunner in the Indian elections, and celebrities like Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Laverne Cox

Kejriwal has won the Time Person of the Year, 

apparently the second Indian after Mahatma Gandhi

 to win it.
Indian politician Arvind Kejriwal has won the readers’ poll for the 2014 TIME 100, TIME’s annual list of people who influenced the world this past year for better or worse.
Celebrities like Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Rihanna ranked high as reader favorites, but the poll turned into a competition between two men competing in India’s ongoing elections.
Kejriwal, who leads the Aam Aadmi, or common man, party, received a total of 261,114 “yes” votes from readers; Kejriwal, a candidate for a Parliamentary seat, came to prominence as the leader of an anti-corruption movement in India. Narendra Modi, the controversial leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party and frontrunner to become the country’s next Prime Minister, brought in 164,572 approving votes.
Readers could also weigh in on whether figures should not be included in the TIME 100. Modi received 166,260 “no” votes, outnumbering his total “yes” votes. The poll’s winner was decided by raw number of “yes” votes.
More than 3.2 million votes were cast in the poll. There were attempts to inflate the voting numbers, but only legitimate votes were tabulated for the final results. On Thursday, TIME will announce this year’s TIME 100 honorees, who are selected by the editors.
Rounding out the top ten finishers after Kejriwal and Modi were singer Katy Perry, singer Justin Bieber, actor Laverne Cox, actor Benedict Cumberbatch, singer BeyoncĂ©, actor Jared Leto, actor Lupita Nyong’o, singer Lady Gaga and music duo Daft Punk.
Earlier this week, Cox and Bieber were battling for the poll’s top finisher. Cox, who appears in the Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black,” took to Twitter to encourage her fans to vote.
See the chart below for the complete results.
15105051015Percentage of Total YES VotesPercentage of Total NO VotesArvind KejriwalNarendra ModiKaty PerryJustin BieberLaverne CoxRihannaBenedict CumberbatchBeyonce KnowlesJared LetoLupita Nyong'oLady GagaDaft PunkMalala YousafzaiTaylor SwiftAbdul Fattah al-SisiSteve McQueenEdward SnowdenMeryl StreepYao ChenBill GatesBruno MarsMiley CyrusJennifer LawrenceLordeJenji KohanAmy PoehlerPope FrancisVladimir PutinKeegan-Michael Key and Jordan PeeleKerry WashingtonJay ZAnna KendrickShakiraKanye WestPharrell WilliamsJimmy FallonShailene WoodleyRuPaulDrakeRahul GandhiLouis CKAlfonso CuaronAmy AdamsHarry StylesKendrick LamarRobert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-LopezMatthew McConaugheyAngela MerkelRecep Tayyip ErdoganNadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria AlyokhinaSheikha al-MayassaJose MujicaMegan EllisonKim KardashianAbdullah GulShinzo AbeChristine LagardeLena DunhamMarine Le PenBarack ObamaJason WuRobin WrightBashar AssadCecily StrongHillary ClintonAliko DangoteSeth MeyersOprah WinfreyRobert RedfordKim Jong unRobin RobertsMichelle ObamaWendy DavisCarrie UnderwoodJohn GreenDavid LettermanSerena WilliamsXi JinpingCristiano RonaldoKirsten GillibrandAlexander WangLi NaTom SteyerElizabeth WarrenNeil deGrasse TysonLydia KoJason CollinsTavi GevinsonVeronica RothMichael SamClaire McCaskillJohn KerryJon HammEric HolderMatteo RenziMarissa MayerAnthony KennedyBill de BlasioRichard ShermanLarry PageRalph LaurenJonah PerettiSatya NadellaMark ZuckerbergJerry BrownAbu DuaKate UptonAlice WatersCharlie RoseJanet YellenSheryl SandbergMichael BloombergJohn KovacBrian Acton and Jan KoumDonna TarttJeff BezosDavid O. RussellReed HastingsPierre OmidyarMatthew WeinerMary BarraAnne WojcickiNate SilverDominique AnselEzra KleinTim CookEvan Spiegel and Bobby MurphyTory BurchJack MaKevin SystromNatalie MassenetHarry ReidBrian CheskyJeff WeinerPhoebe PhiloChris ChristieDick CostoloTony FadellRand PaulCarl IcahnMegyn KellyTravis KalanickWang JianlinDavid and Charles KochBill AckmanTed CruzMitch McConnellSheldon AdelsonSusan PattonScott Walker

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