ANSWERS: 9
  • Jimmy Carter.!!
  • As far as I know, John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Ulysses S. Grant, Abraham Lincoln(!), Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Lyndon B. Johnson, Harry Truman, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford all had low approval ratings during their presidency. Despite what it seems, disliking the current administration is nothing new.
  • No president ever. I wil be happy to debate this one.
  • hoover really messed up
  • hmmm lemme see....Clinton did a good job of that.......since were going on OPINION here....
  • Carter, Nixon, Clinton & Millard Filmore
  • No previous president have squandered the public's trust more than Bush. In the 1840s, President James Polk gained a reputation for deviousness over his alleged manufacturing of the war with Mexico and his supposedly covert pro-slavery views. Abraham Lincoln, then an Illinois congressman, virtually labeled Polk a liar when he called him, from the floor of the House, "a bewildered, confounded and miserably perplexed man" and denounced the war as "from beginning to end, the sheerest deception." But the swift American victory in the war, Polk's decision to stick by his pledge to serve only one term and his sudden death shortly after leaving office spared him the ignominy over slavery that befell his successors in the 1850s. With more than two years to go in Bush's second term and no swift victory in sight, Bush's reputation will probably have no such reprieve. The problems besetting Bush are of a more modern kind than Polk's, suited to the television age, a crisis both in confidence and credibility
  • Andrew Johnson. It is said that you could here pistols cocking in the crowd during his speeches.
  • Gotta be Clinton. There’s a reason he got impeached, and it wasn’t because of a spot on a dress.

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