Insight: you rate Australia’s most loved personalities

Insight: you rate Australia’s most loved personalities -

We asked more than 3,800 of you to have your say on the celebrities, public figures and personalities that grace the screens, newspapers, magazines and billboards in Australia. You rated more than 1,100 famous faces as part of celebrity likeability ranking The Encore Score. And now the results are in. We can reveal Australia’s most-loved … Read more>

We asked more than 3,800 of you to have your say on the celebrities, public figures and personalities that grace the screens, newspapers, magazines and billboards in Australia.

You rated more than 1,100 famous faces as part of celebrity likeability ranking The Encore Score. And now the results are in.

We can reveal Australia’s most-loved personality is… Hugh Jackman

Joining the Wolverine icon in the top three are fellow Hollywood faves Cate Blanchett and Eric Bana. Take a look at the top 10 below to see who else made the list.

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The top 10 (1 = most loved)

  1. Hugh Jackman
  2. Cate Blanchett
  3. Eric Bana
  4. Olivia Newton John
  5. Anh Do
  6. Hamish Blake
  7. Rebecca Gibney
  8. Amanda Keller
  9. Nicole Kidman
  10. Simon Baker

The list hasn’t proved to be such good news for Aussie politicians this year. Tony Abbott finds himself at the opposite end of the scale (he’s second from bottom), along with Rolf Harris, Kyle Sandilands, Joe Hockey, Clive Palmer and Pauline Hanson, who are all in the bottom 10.

Here’s who Aussies have the least love for at the moment…

The bottom 10 (1 = least loved)

  1. Rolf Harris
  2. Tony Abbott
  3. Kyle Sandilands
  4. Joe Hockey
  5. Clive Palmer
  6. Pauline Hanson
  7. Ben Cousins
  8. Tom Waterhouse
  9. Brynne Edelsten
  10. Lara Bingle

Pureprofile teams up with publisher Focal Attractions, the parent company of media industry website Mumbrella and the creator of The Encore Score, and data analysts The Acid Test to carry out the research annually.

The Encore Score takes into consideration how well-recognised each personality is, as well as what you, the public, thinks of them when working out the rankings.

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