A new poll is giving props to Carrie Underwood for her good-girl persona.
iHeartRadio listeners named the country superstarmusic’s “Best Role Model” in a new survey.
While Carrie earns 36 percent of the vote, Taylor Swift follows in second place with 17 percent who think she’s music’s best role model.
Meanwhile, Kenny Chesney made the No. 3 spot on the list of “Chill Men in Music.”
The Voice’s newest coach Pharrell and John Legend take the No. 1 and No. 2 spots on that list, respectively.
See the full lists below.
The best female role model in music
- Carrie Underwood – 36.0%
- Taylor Swift – 17.2%
- Adele – 14.0%
- Alicia Keys – 10.8%
- Beyoncé – 10.6%
The “chilliest” man in music
- Pharrell – 23.2%
- John Legend – 22.3%
- Kenny Chesney – 19.0%
- Zac Brown – 13.1%
- Jack Johnson – 11.3%
Celebrity offspring with the most talent in music
- Enrique Iglesias – 30.0%
- Norah Jones – 26.6%
- Robin Thicke – 15.9%
- Miley Cyrus – 15.8%
- Willow and Jaden Smith – 9.2%
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