A few weeks ago, TIME Magazine revealed the names it was considering for its annual list of the ’100 Most Influential People in the World.’ Reader votes determined one person, while the rest were selected by the magazine’s editors.
And now the final list — which includes athletes, actors, entrepreneurs and politicians — is out. So who made the cut?
It makes sense that the masses should decide who has had an influence over them. Perhaps this is the theory behind TIME Magazine’s recent release of its 200-name ballot for its yearly list of the world’s 100 most influential people. A list that includes a variety of well-known people, with both positive and negative personas.