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More influential than I? Or more influential than me?

Novel dialogue: Which of the first two are correct?

1) ...there are many people who are more influential than I

2) ...there are many people who are more influential than me

If I were to rephrase the sentence, which of these two is correct?

3) ...there are many people with more influence than I

4) ...there are many people with more influence than me

Thanks. I can't find any online references that address this specific question.

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