More than one in four Americans, 27%, reports that, when the U.S. Treasury Department unveils its redesigned ten dollar bill, Eleanor Roosevelt should be the woman featured. Harriet Tubman is the second most popular choice with 17% followed by Sacagawea with 13%. Susan B. Anthony and Amelia Earhart each receives 11%, and Sandra Day O’Connor garners 4%.
About one in three women, 33%, selects Mrs. Roosevelt. Harriet Tubman comes in a distant second among this group with 18%. By more than two-to-one, Harriet Tubman, 47%, is the leading choice of African Americans. Here, Eleanor Roosevelt receives 19%.