Published: Tue, February 20, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Trump ranks last in 'Presidential Greatness Survey'

Trump ranks last in 'Presidential Greatness Survey'

US President Donald Trump came in last in the 2018 Presidents and Executive Politics Presidential Greatness Survey, released by professors of US University of Houston and Boise State University.

Writing in the New York Times, political scientists Brandon Rottinghaus and Justin S. Vaughn reveal that their most recent survey of scholars shows that Trump's first year was seen as a catastrophe by both Democrats and Republicans in the field of political science.

The experts added: 'Beyond his reputation or ranking, Donald Trump's very presidency may alter perceptions of presidential legacies as his unique approach to the office continues to surprise'. But that means that some presidents were ranked lower this year, including Bill Clinton, who dropped five places to 13th.

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With 170 respondents to their latest survey, the two were able to compare the results to a previous survey they had conducted in 2014 to see how views have changed over time.

Buchanan, who was America's 15th president, oversaw the debate over slavery and saw the Union split apart after his successor, Abraham Lincoln, was elected. The top seven Presidents of all time were Lincoln, George Washington, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, Harry Truman, and Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Roosevelt, the godfather of presidential liberalism, received more than twice as many votes from Republicans as Reagan, his conservative counterpart.

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The experts were asked to rank each president on a scale from zero - worst - to 100 - best - based on their overall performance in office.

However, self-identifying Republicans graded the 45th president higher - three Ds and two Cs.

Former President Barack Obama moved up 10 positions and is ranked eighth with 71.13 points.

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