mentally stimulating diversions
Just For Fun
Can you name the post-WWII Presidents of the United States by their approval ratings?
Enter a President (last names acceptable) in the box below
Correctly named Presidents will show up below
Click any empty Average Approval Rating or POTUS to answer for that location
This quiz has not been verified by Sporcle
Popular trivia games today
Close Up 100!
Symbol Match Minefield
The 'Wolf Pack' Toast
Voice Actor Match
Mediterranean Island Hopping
Beatles Song per Letter
UEFA Champions League Final Host Cities
4-6 Letter States
Enter answer for
/12 Presidents correct
Show Missed Answers
Average Approval Rating
High ; Low
HIDE THIS WARNING
You might also like these games:
The USA Declares War!
for this game.
(Warning: comments may contain spoilers)
Presidential Approval Ratings Quiz
Created Dec 5, 2009 in
Game Plays 482
US Presidents Quizzes
Friend Scores and Standings
Loading friend results....
Top Games Today in History
Common US Presidents' First Na...
US Presidents (Redux)
Top Games with Similar Tags
The USA Declares War!
Original 13 Colonies
Top User Games in History
Famous Wars: Who Won?
Order of the Presidents *Click...
Major 20th Century events by y...
Before or After: Cubs World Se...
Dec 5th, 2009 at 17:59 GMT
This was good but I think there is too much time and the years kind of give it away
Dec 5th, 2009 at 18:09 GMT
It certainly does take a whole lot of stupid to not get 100% on this one.
Dec 5th, 2009 at 18:12 GMT
Agreed with Treemeister...the years give it away.
Dec 5th, 2009 at 18:16 GMT
Well, I took the years out.
Dec 5th, 2009 at 20:17 GMT
wow @Truman...what made his change so much? dropping the bombs? expected reagan to be in the top 3 too
Dec 5th, 2009 at 20:32 GMT
Truman's numbers were high during the final months of World War II and in the aftermath of the war. They plummeted with a post-war recession, his Fair Deal programs being stalled and dying in Congress (among them universal health care), and most significantly, the complete stalemate of an increasingly unpopular war in Korea following China's intervention. Ironically, he is considered one of the better presidents by historians who have taken into account his foreign policy successes that were overlooked by the public at the time. (The United Nations, the Marshall Plan, the North Atlantic Treaty, the doctrine of containment, etc.)
Dec 6th, 2009 at 05:59 GMT
Great now that you've taken away the years! Although, perhaps you could put it this way: If, for example, the high was on Sept. 12,2001, you could put "Sept. 11, First year [in office]", or even just "First year." That way, we can see the RELATIVE year [for educational purposes] w/o it giving away the president? Still, GREAT quiz.
Like us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Google+
2007-13 © Sporcle, Inc.
Partner of USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties
Go to the Sporcle.com Mobile Site →