In Japan, voice actors, or seiyuu as they’re called, are treated like pop stars in their own right. Not only do they voice animated characters or provide the Japanese dub for foreign films, but also star in live-action films and drama, sing, have their own concerts, and even go on tour to visit other countries. Many treat female seiyuu more as idols in fact.

In their latest poll, Charapedia has asked 10,000 fans, 40.1% male, 59.9% female, to vote for their favorite seiyuu. This one would be the results for the female seiyuu, and the Top 20 includes:

20 – Risa Taneda (Gate’s Rory Mercury)

19 – Youko Hikasa (High School DXD’s Rias Gremory)

18 – Yoshino Nanjou (Love Live!’s Eri Ayase)

17 – Rina Hidaka (Sword Art Online’s Silica)

16 – Maaya Sakamoto (Monogatari’s Shinobu Oshino)

15 – Sora Amamiya (KonoSuba’s Aqua)

14 – Nao Touyama (KanColle’s Kongou and her sisters)

13 – Haruka Tomatsu (Sword Art Online’s Asuna)

12 – Ayana Taketatsu (K-On!’s Azusa Nakano)

11 – Nana Mizuki (Cross Ange’s Ange)

10 – Yui Ogura (Hentai Prince’s Tsukiko Tsutsukakushi and Ro-Kyu-Bu’s Hinata Hakamada)

9 – Rie Takahashi (Fate/Grand Order’s Mash Kyrielight and Skilled Teaser Takagi-san’s Takagi)

8 – Rie Kugimiya (Shakugan no Shana’s Shana and Hayate the Combat Butler’s Nagi Sanzenin)

7 – Ai Kayano (KonoSuba’s Darkness and AnoHana’s Menma)

6 – Saori Hayami (Irregular at Magic High School’s Miyuki Shiba and OreImo’s Ayase Aragaki)

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