Updated 17:51 PM PHT Mon, April 17, 2017
In an online survey, TIME magazine asked its readers to choose who should be included in its annual list.
Duterte received five percent of the total "yes" votes in the poll that ended on Sunday.
Duterte was followed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Pope Francis, Bill Gates, and Mark Zuckerberg, who each received three percent of the total "yes" votes.
TIME listed 114 personalities it considered worthy to be on the "TIME 100." After each vote readers are automatically shown the percentage of votes for "yes" or "no."
Duterte has been drawing international attention over his administration's war on drugs.
Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella said Duterte is admired by Filipinos and the international community because ohe is a leader who acts for the common good.
"He has prioritized public interest first and foremost, especially the needs and aspirations of the poor and common people," Abella said in a statement reacting to the TIME online poll.
"With or without the distinction, the President continues to be a hardworking government worker and faithful servant of the Filipino people," he added.
The official TIME 100 Most Influential People, selected by its editors will be announced on April 20.
This story was updated to reflect the Palace's statement.