The people have spoken... and they really don't think all that much of everyone's favourite Iceni warrior.
Adrian Murdoch, Roman military historian and journalist, said: "Her revolt almost stopped the Roman Empire in its tracks.
"Boudica had reasons to be angry - double-crossed over land and her capital sacked, then beaten and her two daughters raped."
After the destruction of the best part of a legion and three major towns, the Roman army made its stand.
Mr Murdoch said: "The fate of the province was in the balance - with the emperor Nero considering abandoning the island. But thanks to superior military discipline, the Romans won. Classical authors claim 80,000 Britons died to 400 Roman losses.
"Had Boudica's revolt worked, the English Channel would have been as much of a barrier between barbarism and civilisation as the Rhine.
"Britain would have lost the enduring influence of 350 years of Roman rule, its culture, building and commerce.
"And while she lost, Boudica became a personification of Britannia, complete with a statue outside the Houses of Parliament."
Apparently it wasn't convincing enough.
To be fair, there was some fairly stiff competition. I thought that the Battle of Britain had the vote sewn up. But even that only got 23% of the vote. The winner by a hefty margin was The Battle of Bannockburn with a whopping 33% of the vote.
But only 2% of the vote for Boudica! Really?