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Miranda voted nation's most desirable woman in online poll

ROMEO GACAD

MIRANDA Kerr has proven she's still a hot commodity. Well, The Bully's readers think so anyway.

A men's magazine recently ran a poll to find out the world's most desirable woman, but we wanted to know which Aussie sheila was considered number one.

We listed 20 female Australian icons in our own poll on The Morning Bulletin's website yesterday and received 116 votes by 2.30pm.

Kerr (pictured), an international model, mother and Orlando Bloom's ex, was a clear winner claiming 22% of the votes.

Coming in at a close second was Wolf of Wall Street star Margot Robbie with 14%. Federal Member for Sydney Tanya Plibersek came in equal fifth place with professional snowboarder Torah Bright.

The poll closes at the end of February.

Who is Australia's most desirable woman?

This poll ended on 28 February 2014.

Current Results

Julia Morris

0%

Deborah Mailman

2%

Tanya Plibersek

4%

Kate Richie

2%

Sophie Monk

3%

Nicole Kidman

4%

Miranda Kerr

20%

Lisa Wilkinson

2%

Fifi Box

2%

Margot Robbie

15%

Leigh Sales

2%

Rebel Wilson

2%

Kylie Minogue

6%

Abbie Cornish

4%

Isla Fisher

9%

Jessica Mauboy

4%

Torah Bright

6%

Sally Pearson

2%

Michelle Bridges

2%

Isabel Lucas

1%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

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