Public opinion of resident U.S. presidents in 2012

Public opinion of resident U.S. presidents in 2012

Public opinion of resident U.S. presidents in 2012 This survey shows the public opinion of resident U.S. presidents in February 2012. Former U.S. president Ronald Reagan has a net rating of 59 percent. The net rating is calculated by subtracting the percentage of respondents stating that the respective president would go down in history as "outstanding/above average" from the percentage stating "below average/poor".
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Public opinion of resident U.S. presidents in 2012

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Net rating in percent*
Ronald Reagan59%
Bill Clinton48%
George H.W. Bush15%
Barack Obama3%
Gerald Ford2%
Jimmy Carter-13%
George W. Bush-22%
Richard Nixon-41%
Net rating in percent*
Ronald Reagan59%
Bill Clinton48%
George H.W. Bush15%
Barack Obama3%
Gerald Ford2%
Jimmy Carter-13%
George W. Bush-22%
Richard Nixon-41%
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This survey shows the public opinion of resident U.S. presidents in February 2012. Former U.S. president Ronald Reagan has a net rating of 59 percent. The net rating is calculated by subtracting the percentage of respondents stating that the respective president would go down in history as "outstanding/above average" from the percentage stating "below average/poor".
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