Bernie Sanders is officially beating Hillary Clinton in the polls, just probably not the ones he really cares about. 

Time says Sanders is winning the online voting for its Person of the Year poll by a landslide. There's still over a week of voting to go, but the magazine says the Democratic socialist presidential candidate has 11 percent of the vote right now. That's good enough not only to beat Clinton (1.2 percent), but also  activist Malala Yousafzai, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pope Francis, President Barack Obama, Adele and Jennifer Lawrence.

The official Person of the Year will ultimately be chosen by the magazine's editors, but they say that the reader voting will be taken into consideration. The title is reserved for the person who "most influenced the news this year for better or worse."

Sanders already appeared on the cover of Time this year, and he's on the cover of Rolling Stone right now. 

He's still trailing Hillary Clinton in polling for the 2016 presidential election, but he definitely seems to be having a pretty chill week.