Glen Mills, coach of the world's 100 and 200 metres record holder, Usain Bolt, is the nation's favourite coach.
Mills, who is also the coach of 2011 World 100 metres champion Yohan Blake, was selected in our poll ahead of St George's College's Manning Cup football coach Neville Bell and Stephen Francis, the coach of World and Olympic 100 metres champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and former World 100m record holder Asafa Powell.
The pollsters found that 37.04 per cent of the population favoured Mills, while Bell got 32.59 per cent. The top two are well ahead of Francis with 15.56 per cent and national football head coach Theodore Whitmore with 11.11 per cent and national cricket coach Junior Bennett on 3.70 per cent.
The poll was conducted between January 12 and 21, 2013 by Dr Paul A. Bourne and Conroy Julian. The sample size was 300 and participants were drawn from Kingston and St Andrew, St Thomas, St Catherine and Clarendon - five parishes which contain just over a half the country's population.
NOTE: Dr Bourne is the director of the Socio-Medical Research Institute in Kingston, while Julian is a development communicator and convener of the Association of Media Professionals.
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