Who is that?

Al Capone
Benito Mussolini
Alfred Nobel
Thomas Edison
Duce (meaning leader) is an Italian title, derived from the Latin word dux, and cognate with duke. Because of modern an­ti-­fas­cist sen­ti­men­t, Italian speakers in general now use other words for leader, mainly in­clud­ing the English loan­word. The same happened in Germany with "fuhrer".

Answers distribution

Al Capone
Benito Mussolini
Alfred Nobel
Thomas Edison
answers
flagSwitzerland
3%
96%
0%
0%
29
flagFinland
4%
95%
0%
0%
41
flagthe Netherlands
5%
89%
2%
3%
99
flagthe United Arab Emirates
8%
89%
0%
2%
37
flagSpain
10%
89%
0%
0%
29
flagSweden
9%
87%
3%
0%
55
flagItaly
10%
84%
3%
2%
89
flagAustria
13%
76%
6%
3%
30
flagthe United Kingdom
16%
75%
4%
3%
512
flagBelgium
15%
73%
5%
5%
19
flagGermany
18%
72%
5%
3%
266
flagPoland
17%
70%
6%
4%
17286
flagthe United States
18%
70%
7%
3%
254
flagCanada
26%
68%
4%
0%
41
flagIndia
17%
68%
6%
3%
29
flagRepublic of Ireland
26%
67%
4%
1%
71
flagFrance
15%
67%
9%
7%
52
flagUnknown
21%
62%
9%
5%
1102
flagNorway
17%
60%
17%
4%
23
flagDenmark
23%
58%
11%
0%
17

Gender

men72%
women68%
Al Capone
16%
19%
Benito Mussolini
72%
68%
Alfred Nobel
6%
7%
Thomas Edison
4%
5%

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Who is that?
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