A recent survey found that, out of 20 celebrities that could be favorites in a presidential run, Oprah Winfrey is the most likely to be considered by Americans.

Winfrey earned almost 20 percent support in the survey, even though she shot down rumors earlier this year saying she would not be making a bid for president in 2020. Millennials were the largest age group to express their interest in a Winfrey run for president.

In the study by People Maven, the 20 celebrities considered were based on how widely recognized the celebrity is and if they were qualified to run for president.

The top three, Winfrey, Tom Hanks, and Dwayne Johnson, took 43 percent of the vote.

Many of those who made the top 20 have either expressed interest in running, have been involved with politics in the past, or have been the subject of rumors about a potential run for the White House.

Kanye West, who has been vocal about his support of President Trump and met with him earlier this month in the Oval Office, made the top 10. West also declared in August that he would make a bid for president in 2024.

West, however, said Tuesday that he will be distancing himself from politics and focus more on his art and music.

The survey was conducted Oct. 17-24 and participants included 1,082 adults between the ages of 18 and 73 across America.

Celebrities have been very involved with politics recently, especially proceeding and following the 2016 presidential elections.

Singer Taylor Swift waded into politics for the first time this year, making an Instagram post about voting for Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections. She also advocated for people to vote in the elections during her acceptance speech at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards.

Johnson expressed his interest in running for president in a 2017 GQ magazine interview, but also denied any rumors that he would be running in 2020.

“Clueless” actress Stacey Dash filed paperwork in February to make a a congressional run in California's 44th District before dropping the bid in March.