Mother Teresa, a perennial favorite in Good Housekeeping magazine's annual poll of the world's most admired women, held her No. 1 spot in its 1988 survey, but Nancy Reagan was edged out of her second position.

Talk show host Oprah Winfrey moved up two notches from last year's survey to claim the No. 2 spot and drop Reagan down to third in the magazine's 20th annual poll, the magazine said Tuesday. Two years ago, the first lady topped the list.Margaret Thatcher, Pat Nixon, Betty Ford, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Katharine Hepburn, Corazon Aquino and Phyllis Schlafly round out the top 10 list, which will appear in Good Housekeeping's January issue.

The eighth annual most admired men poll was topped by the same face that was No. 1 in the previous seven surveys: President Reagan.

Preacher Billy Graham stayed at No. 2.

The other most admired men, according to the survey were: Bob Hope, Pope John Paul II, Oliver North, Norman Vincent Peale, George Bush, Bill Cosby, Tom Selleck and Lech Walesa.