Barack Hussein’s final approval rating as president was lower than both Nixon and Clinton, both of which left office in disgrace, one in resignation, the other impeached.
Of presidents who served since and including Truman, Hussein had a higher approval rating of only three presidents, Carter, Truman, and Ford, ranking our former Golfer-in-Chief ninth out of 12, according to Gallup. In my opinion Hussein is at the very bottom of the list of former presidents, all 44 of them, and a great distance behind second-to-last Jimmy Carter.
So, by all means, Mr. and Mrs. Leftist, please explain to me the magnificent job Barack Hussein did, his many accomplishments, and the God-like legacy he has left behind.
Job Approval Averages for U.S. Presidents Since World War II
|Dates||Average Job Approval|
|Kennedy||Jan. 20, 1961-Nov. 22, 1963||70.1|
|Eisenhower||Jan. 20, 1953-Jan. 19, 1961||65.0|
|G.H.W. Bush||Jan. 20, 1989-Jan. 19, 1993||60.9|
|Clinton||Jan. 20, 1993-Jan. 19, 2001||55.1|
|Johnson||Nov. 22, 1963-Jan. 19, 1969||55.1|
|Reagan||Jan. 20, 1981-Jan. 19, 1989||52.8|
|G.W. Bush||Jan. 20, 2001-Jan. 19, 2009||49.4|
|Nixon||Jan. 20, 1969-Aug. 9, 1974||49.0|
|Obama||Jan. 20, 2009-Jan. 19, 2017||47.9|
|Ford||Aug. 9, 1974-Jan. 19, 1977||47.2|
|Carter||Jan. 20, 1977-Jan. 19, 1981||45.5|
|Truman||April 12, 1945-Jan 19, 1953||45.4|
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