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I decided to focus on the 1990s presidential poll instead of the 1962 poll while I was deciding my own presidential poll because the 1990s poll is more recent and therefore includes more presidents Actually my poll is not so much a poll since I was the only person polled While my research led me to make some changes I want to focus particularly on why I improved the rankings of Ronald Reagan and Calvin Coolidge while decreasing the ranking of Jimmy Carter This paper will also discuss why I decided to rank Bill Clinton at 33 and George Bush at 34 An important thing to focus on when ranking the presidents of the United States is the success positive or negative of their policies and decisions This is not always an easy thing to do to the more recent presidents Their success based on this criterion is still subject to change as their policies and ideas continue to have an effect on society In doing my own rankings of the presidents I tried to focus not only on this but also their character while in office popularity and their success in getting their programs approved by Congress It seems logical to me that a successful president would generally be popular more times than not Also a successful president is one who can get done what he wants with the help of Congress whether these eventual bills turn out to be viewed as a negative or a positive for our nation While I do not know the reason for Ronald Reagans ranking I find it to be significantly lower than it should be One theory I have come up with is that this 1990s presidential poll favors liberals over conservatives It is possible that the majority of the people polled were college professors Statistics show that on the average more college professors are liberal than are conservative Due to this I believe this
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