Where in the US Is the President? Quiz Stats

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Ronald Reagan at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, in 1988
94.4%
Theodore Roosevelt with John Muir in California in 1903
90.1%
John F. Kennedy on vacation in Hyannis, Massachusetts, in 1963
89.1%
Lyndon Johnson taking the oath of office in Dallas, Texas, in 1963
77.9%
Jimmy Carter in Bardstown, Kentucky, in 1979
77.4%
Harry Truman at Wake Forest in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in 1951
72.8%
Bill Clinton in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1996
71.3%
Gerald Ford visiting Gulfport, Mississippi, in 1976
68.5%
Calvin Coolidge meeting with Sioux leaders in South Dakota in 1927
66.4%
Franklin D. Roosevelt visiting Hawaii in 1934
65.4%
George W. Bush in Sarasota, Florida, on the morning of the Sept. 11 attacks
65%
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Abraham Lincoln visiting soldiers in Antietam, Maryland, in 1862
63.7%
Dwight Eisenhower at Augusta National in Georgia in 1953
60.6%
George H.W. Bush on vacation in Kennebunkport, Maine, in 1989
57.9%
Donald Trump speaking at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, in 2017
54.6%
Warren G. Harding on a trip to Alaska in 1923
49.4%
Barack Obama in Columbus, Ohio, in 2010
46.3%
Richard Nixon and George Wallace in Huntsville, Alabama, in 1974
45.3%
William Howard Taft at Yale commencement in Connecticut in 1911
29.5%
William McKinley the day before his assassination in Buffalo, New York, in 1901
26%
Chester Arthur at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming in 1883
19.4%
Herbert Hoover, Henry Ford, & Thomas Edison in Dearborn, Michigan, in 1929
14%

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