REVEALED: Presidents With The Highest And Lowest Approval Ratings Post World War II

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A president’s approval rating can be as up and down as a diabetic’s blood sugar during their time in office.

According to a Gallup poll, here are the absolute lowest and highest approval ratings since the Truman administration.

Top 5 Lowest Presidential Approval Ratings, Post World War II

1.)    Harry Truman: February 1952 – 22%

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2.)    Richard Nixon: July 1974 – 24%

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3.)    George W. Bush: October 2008 – 25%

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4.)    Jimmy Carter: June 1979 – 28%

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5.)    George H. W. Bush: July 1992 – 29%

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Top 5 Highest Presidential Approval Ratings, Post World War II

1.)    George W. Bush: September 2001 – 90%

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2.)    George H. W. Bush: February 1991 – 89%

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3.)    Harry Truman: July 1945 – 87%

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4.)    John F. Kennedy: April 1961 – 83%

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5.)    Lyndon Johnson: February 1964 – 79%

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Surprised at who wasn’t on either list?

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Comments

  1. Edwardkoziol says:

    How the hell did Johnson sneak in there just becausehe pretended to like blacks.I alays wondered what rank in the KKK did he hold.

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