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For its annual “100@100” report, United Healthcare surveyed more than 100 centenarians and asked who would be the most desirable tablemate from a list of potential dinner guests.


For the first time in five years, Obama claimed the No. 1 spot, with 71 percent of the vote. The commander in chief ousted 92-year-old actress Betty White, who had topped the list an impressive four years in a row. This year, White came in second place, with 66 percent of the mature crowd choosing to dine with the entertainer.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton landed third in the survey, with 56 percent. Pope Francis, “Late Show” host David Letterman and actor Tom Hanks rounded out the top six.

But don’t invite Kardashian or West over for a meal if the 100-plus crowd is around — the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star garnered just 8 percent of the vote, and West came in last place with a mere 4 percent.
All isn’t lost for White though; the Emmy Award-winner was the most sought after dinner companion when the same survey was conducted among baby boomers, ages 65 and up.

Clinton also fared better among the boomers, placing fifth (and right behind Kate Middleton) with 63 percent. But Clinton was neck and neck with Obama, who landed the sixth spot on the baby boomers’ list.