I suspect the answers people will give depend on where they grew up and which icons they were exposed to. Some of the ones that seem popular today include:
1. Che Guevara
2. Mickey Mouse
3. Abraham Lincoln
4. Nelson Mandela
5. Barack Hussein Obama
6. Uncle Sam
7. The Beatles
9. The Apple Corporation Apple logo
10. The Gadsden flag (Don't Tread on me)
bonus: 11. Marilyn Monroe
These icons are not my own favorites, but rather the ones that I often see on websites and T-shirts. They represent the images that many associate with pop culture
1. Michael Jackson
3. Marilyn Monroe
4. Frank Sinatra
5. James Dean
7. The Simpsons
8. The Beatles
9. Donald Duck
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