U.S. Presidents by Picture

Based on the portrait, name the president.
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Last updated: January 20, 2021
First submittedMarch 6, 2011
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Level 44
Apr 6, 2011
funny how people know what obama looks like more than washington
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Level 81
Jan 23, 2013
funny anyone would think that was funny
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Level 75
Feb 17, 2014
Many of those presidents wear wigs, like Washington, but Obama is the only black man. And he's in office right now.
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Level 47
Jun 8, 2014
Washington never wore a wig.
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Level 78
Oct 21, 2015
True, but he powdered his hair.
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Level 85
Feb 17, 2017
Also, only four Presidents wore wigs: Adams, Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe.
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Level 75
May 5, 2018
Four years later, and I wouldn't make the same mistake again. Thank you Hdny42, ander217, Jacktheguy, and Jetpunk.
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Level 71
Feb 18, 2014
I feel like a good part of that is just that people don't make it down to Washington.
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Level 63
Feb 20, 2014
It is understandable that most people know Obama's face since he is the current president. What's sad is how many people don't recognize Washington, or Lincoln and Roosevelt for that matter.
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Level 48
Mar 31, 2014
Funny that 5% couldn't identify Obama. I wonder how many are Americans.
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Level 65
Jul 9, 2016
Why is that funny? Certainly well expected to me.
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Level 23
Feb 16, 2020
It is probably because of people from outside the use ( we don't learn presidents) and Obama was in the news all the time so yeah
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Level 50
Oct 11, 2011
@dombski You just cracked me up.
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Level 43
Feb 25, 2012
Why do Garfield, Harrison and Hayes all have the same haircut w/ beard? 42/43
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Level 81
Sep 14, 2013
Fashion. Why does every Republican in Congress today have the same haircut, clean shaven face, and wear a tie?
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Level 63
Feb 20, 2014
Really? EVERY republican in congress fits that description?
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Level 81
Jul 9, 2016
Not including the small handful of women, pretty close to all, yes. I'm also not counting parting your hair on different sides or being bald as a "different haircut." I scrolled quickly through the portraits at congress.gov and only spotted two with facial hair. Of course it is fashion.
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Level 58
May 8, 2015
Adams, Van Buren and Washington all kind of look alike too.

Garfield and Hayes almost look like twins.

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Level 54
Aug 8, 2012
missed Pierce, Garfield and Hoover. How could I miss Hoover???
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Level 58
Jul 12, 2016
It's an "old" portrait of Hoover (he lived to be 90) looking much more like Eisenhower than he did when he was President.
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Level 84
Nov 14, 2016
Yeah Hoover looks like an old Eisenhower or Ford.
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Level 82
Jan 31, 2021
Dammed if I know!
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Level 52
Aug 22, 2012
9!
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Level 47
Sep 2, 2012
People are missing the point...more people don't necessarily know JFK than President Obama, or the current President over George Washington, but people do the test in the order in which it is presented...some may not get down to Washington unless they skip to him.
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Level 67
Jul 18, 2019
Dont think that is the point... people answers the ones they know and then skip to the next. Pick and choose in stead spending minutes on one you dont know without moving on..
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Level 20
Oct 13, 2012
23/43 not too shaby!!!
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Level 81
Jan 23, 2013
Not the most attractive bunch.
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Level 66
May 7, 2018
Grant was very handsome. There's also one photo of college-age Nixon that pops up a lot in which he looks like a Hollywood idol (and, more specifically, like John Dillinger). I don't know if it's just the best photo ever taken of him or if things really south in the looks department as he aged, but it's always amused me that he is so famously homely and cantankerous, and there's one photo out there of him looking like a coverboy.
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Level 43
Feb 17, 2013
got 100% with 7 seconds left... Arthur gave me problems and so did Fillmore.
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Level 84
Jan 20, 2021
Neither was ever elected president.
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Level 20
Feb 24, 2013
100% with 1:45 left. Booyah!
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Level 40
Jun 7, 2013
100% With 2:37 To Go. :)
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Level 89
Jun 7, 2013
I expected two pictures of Cleveland...
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Level 67
Jun 10, 2013
I was wondering the same thing..lol
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Level 69
Jul 31, 2013
Passed them all with ease, 2:49 left.
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Level 34
Nov 30, 2013
Wow! Can't believe that only 96% of the people got Obama correct. He's easy to reconize I thought.
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Level 67
Jul 18, 2019
yes but people not from america, though recognising him, might not remember the exact name and or spelling. (or perhaps just tried his first name, cause honestly they both look like they could be either first or last names.) or they saw the pictures and immediately clicked give up.
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Level 55
Jan 21, 2014
Got them all with over 3 minutes left. Would have been more but kept throwing typos trying to go too fast.
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Level 66
Feb 17, 2014
Is it just me or does Millard Fillmore look like Alec Baldwin, and Andrew Johnson like Tommy Lee Jones?
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Level 81
Feb 19, 2014
Johnson looks a lot like Tommy Lee Jones in that pic. To a lesser extent Calvin Coolidge looks like Crispin Glover. They should make an Avengers-style US presidents team-up movie so we can do the casting.
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Level 67
Jul 18, 2019
Johnson looks like william shatner to me:

Shatner

another Shatner picture

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Level 55
Jul 9, 2016
To me, Ford looks like Biff from the Back to the Future series.
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Level 81
Jul 9, 2016
Buchanan in this photo looks a bit like Tom Wilkinson.
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Level 78
Jan 22, 2021
Pierce looks like Gary Oldman as Zorg from 5th element
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Level 85
Jul 9, 2016
Lincoln kind of reminds me of Daniel Day-Lewis a little bit. Anyone else agree?
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Level 78
Jul 9, 2016
Amazing. Too bad Lincoln's not still around to star in a movie about the life of Daniel Day-Lewis.
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Level 58
Jul 12, 2016
My Presidential lookalike is a little obscure - James K Polk looks like Asylum Director Chilton from Silence of the Lambs (Anthony Heald).
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Level 81
Feb 17, 2017
What about David Paymer as Martin van Buren? He's a recognizable character actor but I doubt anyone knows his name. Took me 5 minutes to try and look it up myself.
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Level 80
Feb 17, 2014
A great quiz, which I have taken several times before. One small criticism, though; all of the portraits appear to have been made during or close to each president's term of office except for Hoover, which looks like a much later rendering. Perhaps a more contemporary likeness could be found? Thank you for your consideration.
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Level 21
Feb 18, 2014
I think it is kind of sad that Obama doesn't have 100%. I get that there are non americans on this site, but I would think that he is pretty globally recognized.
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Level 62
Feb 17, 2017
I think that when there's such an obvious answer to a quiz, it doesn't get 100% because I'm sure there are people who just click on a quiz then click away, or immediately click the "Give Up" button because they just want to know the answers. I'm pretty certain that everybody who has access to the Internet can recognize Barack Obama.
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Level 50
Feb 19, 2014
43/43

Sad if it is mostly Americans that only got half right as the average. Shows how little this country recalls its own history. We have the a crap load of information at our fingertips compared to other generations, and are more ignorant and clueless than any other, quite sad.

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Level 66
Feb 22, 2014
Firstly, we are not "more ignorant than any other" generation. That's ridiculous. Previous generations were so enlightened that they denied women, gay people, and minorities basic human rights. Secondly, why is it so damning if someone can't pick one bourgeois white guy apart from 40 others? I learned all about James Madison...the Federalist Papers, the Constitution, the War of 1812, etc., etc. Why does it matter that I missed his picture? It's really a trivial matter. Get over yourself.
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Level 36
Dec 21, 2014
Uh Lots of politicans today are trying to deny LGBT people, women, and minorities basic human rights. *Cough* Right-wing Republicans *Cough*
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Level 81
Jul 9, 2016
Trying, and failing. Marked change from the good ol' days.
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Level 50
Feb 20, 2017
Name one right all those people don't have, that I have...I'll wait.
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Level 66
Feb 24, 2017
The right not to be fired or denied housing for your sexuality, for one. So you can stop waiting. Good try though.
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Level 50
May 17, 2017
Show me one instance where it specifically said a person was either fired or denied housing. Where does it say it? If not, you can't prove it, therefore your argument is null & void. It's like playing the race card when you have zero evidence of racism...it's a good excuse for when things don't go your way.
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Level 67
Nov 10, 2017
So if the person firing someone or refusing to rent/sell to someone doesn't specifically say "I'm doing this because I'm racist against your kind," then it doesn't ever happen? I guess no one is ever murdered until their killer confesses, either.
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Level 65
May 5, 2018
@kenpo17 Attribution matters. Proving intent is fundamental to law.
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Level 66
May 7, 2018
@pmack, you're wrong. A good way to know someone's argument is terrible is when they need to set the parameters themselves: "If you can't name a specific instance of someone being denied a job for being gay, your argument is null and void." Says who? Says you? It is well-established that there are jurisdictions in which people can be denied housing and jobs based on their sexuality. Analogously, the speed limit in New York is 55 miles per hour. Whether I personally know anyone who got a speeding ticket in New York does not affect the law. Federal law (and many state laws) do not protect certain groups the same as they protect others. The extent of the damage and injustice coming from that is very much up for debate, but to deny it outright is silly. Gay marriage wasn't even legal in many states until the Supreme Court intervened. Before that happened, plenty of states had those discriminatory laws on the books. And they still have discriminatory laws regarding other subjects.
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Level 81
Jul 9, 2016
Have to agree with jmellor. Where are you getting this from, other than nostalgia and the mythology of better days gone by? This generation of Americans are among the most informed, educated, enlightened people to ever walk the Earth. I know at least half of you reading this comment just bust out laughing... but it IS true. Sure there are ignorant Americans today, but they are no more ignorant and no greater in frequency than any place else in the world. Nor are they more ignorant/greater in number than at any point in history. Not everyone in the past was Thomas Jefferson.

Also, not being able to recognize a picture of McKinley doesn't exactly make you exceptionally ignorant.

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Level 78
Nov 8, 2016
Then again, a much smaller number of Americans today know how to saddle a horse, spin cloth, make soap, etc. Much of the knowledge of yesteryear was of a more practical nature. (Plus, they had a lot fewer presidents to remember!)
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Level 81
Feb 17, 2017
Name me one person from 1776 who knew how to program a VCR, drive a car, compute the mass of an object based on its energy and the speed of light, or knock over a building with an angry bird.
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Level 78
Feb 17, 2017
I wasn't disagreeing with your original statement, I was just saying that the knowledge of the "good 'ol days" was of a different kind.Their knowledge was more about providing food and shelter. They didn't have time to go beyond the basics of life.
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Level 65
Aug 1, 2017
Times and ideals change. Jefferson was considered enlightened in his day for his writing and thinking and scientific interests but he owned slaves and is often condemned for that today. I strongly disagree that we are more enlightened today than in the past. It's like that old candle in a dark room analogy...the brighter the light, the more we know and the more we realize how much we don't know. I can't think of any modern US leader I would put in the same category with Adams, Jefferson, Madison. The last worldwide leader I'd say was great was Churchill, and many would disagree. The reason I think we're not that enlightened is we know so much more today and yet we still squabble like children over petty issues. The number of outspoken racists has gone down but the number of racists who want to atone for past sins has gone up. The average person doesn't know how to do many simple tasks because our lives are so much more comfortable and our arrogance has increased accordingly.
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Level 81
Aug 21, 2017
You say that we know more stuff, so I take it you agree that we are more informed and educated than any people that preceded us.

As to being enlightened, I stand by what I said. Yes we still squabble... but... compared to ages past? The world is much more peaceful and less violent. Societies are much more prosperous and equal. We take better care of the poor an infirm among us. There is much great equity between and opportunities for people of all genders, "races," nationalities, religious affiliations, sexual orientations, etc. We understand now almost universally that these things are wrong: racism, rape, slavery, child molestation, torture; yet none of them get a mention in the 10 commandments.

The world is far from perfect. I'll be the first to admit that. But it was never better than it is today. At least correcting for minor trends (for example, SJWs in the USA have set back race and gender relations at least a generation, but that's only the past 10 years).

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Level 81
Aug 21, 2017
Also, I only missed stupid Millard Fillmore this time taking the quiz and that's not even good enough for 90th percentile.
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Level 58
Jun 9, 2017
You realize not everyone using JetPunk is American?
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Level 21
Aug 29, 2019
The difference between now and 'the past' is that while a 'crap load' more information is available, it isn't committed to memory. Almost everybody has pretty much instant access to google/wiki that nobody NEEDS to remember these things anymore, so information goes in, gets used, then forgotten...
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Level 25
Mar 13, 2014
I'm happy with 16 considering i'm not from the US :)
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Level 49
Sep 25, 2017
Yeah, that's not bad! Get any obscure ones?
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Level 40
Aug 21, 2014
Arrgh! No matter how many times I take this quiz I ALWAYS forget McKinley!
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Level 84
Jan 20, 2021
Well, next time, remember that and you can mount McKinley.
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Level 15
Oct 10, 2014
100% on the first try! I had one second left!
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Level 45
Dec 31, 2014
Interesting, when I took this quiz more people recognized JFK than Obama.
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Level 62
Feb 2, 2015
Excluding the founders and Abe Lincoln, I really don't know anybody before 1900.
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Level 20
Feb 20, 2015
Won at 1:03 seconds
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Level 48
May 17, 2015
Buzzer beater on William Henry Harrison....would have come to mind sooner if he'd served any significant length of time!
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Level 58
Jul 12, 2016
Surely you know his face more because of his historically famous short reign? It's not like you've been living through the whole period and couldn't remember Harrison because you didn't manage to glance at the news enough during the one month he was president?
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Level 66
Feb 24, 2017
I always get W.H. Harrison right, but only because he looks so very much like Jack McCoy to me.
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Level 16
Jun 25, 2015
Who takes these quizzes? How is JFK one percent more known than Obama? He's only really known for his death, and was it really more memorable than like, ANYTHING POLITICAL IN THE LAST 6 YEARS??? Especially know in the era of 24 hour news and how much station dissect him and everything he does, and not to mention it's white guy, white guy, white guy, white guy, white guy, black guy, white guy, white guy, white guy, he's not exactly hard to pick out in this crowd...
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Level 67
Jul 18, 2019
Cause jfk continues to get regurgitated, there are allwas articles, quizzes, conspiracy theories etc about him. Like elvis and monroe, most people would be able to pick them out of a bunch of pictures.. Cause they are all over. (obama might have been on tv a lot in america, but the rest of the world is not bombarded with his image. Though enough times to recognize his face though, but nowhere neaar it would be nationally)

Plus, might be hard to imagine but not everbody watches the news, or even own a tv...

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Level 37
Aug 19, 2019
^ Obama's face might be easily recognized, but perhaps his name is elusive. Just like some people (myself included) might have to make a special effort to memorize the spelling of Netanyahu and Khrushchev.
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Level 59
Aug 19, 2015
I would've got Fillmore but apparently Alec Baldwin isn't an acceptable answer...
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Level 58
Aug 20, 2015
I'm trying to design a quiz that includes pictures like this one. Unfortunately I can't figure out how to import any pictures. Can you tell me how it's done?
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Level 85
Jun 3, 2019
You can also use Pixabay if you don’t want to be specific.
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Level 82
Aug 24, 2015
43/43 with 3:00 left and I cheated. How the heck am I supposed to know these? I wouldn't even know the majority of our British Prime Ministers.
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Level 78
Oct 21, 2015
I don't understand why people cheat on these quizzes. It skews the percentages for the rest of us. I can maybe see trying to look up the correct spelling when you know the answer but can't spell it, but looking up all the answers you don't know just to say you got 100% doesn't make sense to me. Why not just retake the quiz a few times until you know the answers and actually deserve that 100%?
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Level 67
Jul 18, 2019
I dont get it either, it is not like you can win a prize with it.. all the stars do is raise your lvl, and really who notices that... and it is definitely not something to build your self worth on or something.
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Level 50
Aug 26, 2015
Is it just me or does John Tyler look like Judge Claude Frollo from The Hunchback of Notre Dame?
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Level 55
Aug 10, 2020
He also looks like Tarkin from Star Wars IV, if you ask me
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Level 45
Jan 3, 2016
Irritated I only got 34! Despite being British, the US Presidents really interest me.
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Level 45
Jan 3, 2016
I always think Grant and Benjamin Harrison look quite similar!
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Level 57
Jan 5, 2016
4 seconds left!
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Level 57
Jan 5, 2016
If you want to score high, remember that: Portraits generally mean 1790s-1820s. Black and white photos go from the 1820s to 1960s-ish. Color photos come after the 1970s generally.
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Level 78
Jul 9, 2016
What they wear around their necks is even more telling. The earliest ones wore cravats or neck cloths. Bow ties were grouped together in the mid-1800s,, and modern presidents wear neck ties. Not too sure what McKinley is wearing around his neck. Whatever it is, apparently it was bad luck.
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Level 52
Feb 17, 2017
The fancy wigs also help identify the first few presidents
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Level 76
Mar 22, 2016
Holy crap, Andrew Johnson looks like Tommy Lee Jones.
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Level 59
Jul 9, 2016
where is thomas jefferson!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Level 63
Dec 6, 2016
The second image after Kennedy.
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Level 66
Jul 9, 2016
William Henry Harrison looks like Jack McCoy from Law & Order. For the record, I would absolutely vote Jack McCoy for president.
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Level 67
Nov 10, 2017
Don't know the character, but I bet he would last longer as President than Harrison did.
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Level 67
Jul 11, 2016
I'm always pleased to see that the electoral difficulties did not get in t he way of Hayes' magnificent beard.
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Level 83
Jan 21, 2021
You can tell Congress settled on a compromise candidate when they drag a guy out of an alley on D Street.
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Level 62
Nov 8, 2016
They all look exactly the same, I only got 14
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Level 54
Nov 8, 2016
only missed harding...
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Level 73
Nov 9, 2016
Just remember...Millard Fillmore looks like a long lost Baldwin.
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Level 58
Nov 11, 2016
44 of them do not look incompetent nor ignorant of international affairs and policy making. What happened America? I voted. I respect the results, and understand the desire for change,... but the agent for change is also important. Let's hope the country succeeds.
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Level 63
Nov 13, 2016
So, you mean all of them? Why are you complaining if all of them "do not look incompetent nor ignorant of international affairs and policy making."?
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Level 52
Feb 17, 2017
There are 45 of them.
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Level 67
Nov 10, 2017
There are only 44 answers to the quiz. The reason there are 45 Presidents is because Grover Cleveland's terms were non-consecutive, making him the 22nd and 24th President. So yeah, saying "44 of them do not look incompetent" doesn't quite gel with what CyrusK is trying to say, because there are only 44 people pictured here.
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Level 42
Nov 12, 2016
I feel so bad for John Adams. Just look where he is.
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Level 73
Nov 15, 2016
Well, he had to rule between Washington and Jefferson. After seeing his legacy outshadowed by two of the greatest US presidents in history, I'm sure that at least he can rest assured that he'll look great between those two pieces of horseshit.
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Level 67
Nov 10, 2017
Adams's portrait isn't on any US money, and just isn't encountered nearly as often as a lot of the other early Presidents. It's no surprise to me that it's less recognized.
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Level 21
Jan 22, 2017
Good quiz
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Level 39
Jan 25, 2017
John Tyler looks kind of like Bill Nye.
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Level 75
Jan 31, 2017
You should probably update the Trump picture now that there is an official one.
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Level 47
Feb 17, 2017
Hard to forget the iconic Millard Fillmore!
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Level 62
Feb 17, 2017
It wasn't until this quiz that I realized that I had no idea what Harry S Truman looked like.
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Level 62
Feb 17, 2017
I never remember Harding. No matter what variation of US Presidents quiz I take, I NEVER remember that dude.
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Level 43
Feb 17, 2017
It's weird how I remember people like Andrew Johnson but not George Bush
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Level 70
Feb 18, 2017
Re 'lookalikes' ........ I think William Henry Harrison looks like Percy Kilbride i.e. Pa Kettle. and Millard Fillmore favours Alec Baldwin nowadays.
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Level 66
Feb 18, 2017
I will never get this one 100% as I just don't "recognize" one of the men as being president.
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Level 67
Nov 10, 2017
What have you got against James Polk?
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Level 63
Dec 16, 2017
Sorry, but since when can anybody start "recognizing" if a person is the president of a country? Can there be 2 leaders of the United States?
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Level 50
Feb 20, 2017
3:42 left. Good quiz!
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Level 55
Feb 24, 2017
I suck at this but I guess its okay cause I'm not american. From New Zealand
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Level 65
Mar 26, 2017
the picture of James Madison is not the best
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Level 8
May 27, 2017
Really good quiz I take all the quizzes in the presidents that I can
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Level 28
Jun 5, 2017
yellow box is annoying
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Level 67
Nov 10, 2017
True, but without that this wouldn't be any different from the regular name the Presidents quiz.
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Level 36
Jun 18, 2017
Got all of them but Hoover.
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Level 69
Jun 23, 2017
This quiz would be better if the pictures rearranged itself each time, a lot like some of the other quizzes
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Level 37
Jul 17, 2017
If the truth be told, with very few exceptions (Jefferson, Grant, Lincoln, FDR, Teddy Roosevelt... even JFK if his photos weren't

so widely published) and obviously Obama, most of these photos are interchangeable. We may know of their accomplishments and/or scandals before, during or after their terms in office, but there is very little difference in their appearances.

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Level 66
May 7, 2018
For sure. They're nearly all white men between age 45 and 65, and they're from the white-collar sector of society, so it's really about using context clues to pin down the era of the picture (e.g., photo or painting? Color or black & white? What kind of tie and collar combination? Facial hair?) I recognize probably 32 presidents without any help, but for the others (Garfield, Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, Pierce, Tyler...), I just narrow it down to time period and eliminate the ones I could recognize on my own. Works fairly well. I got 42 right.
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Level 45
Jul 25, 2017
44/44 with 3:37 remaining. Nice quiz!
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Level 38
Nov 10, 2017
Well...I got 19.I think it's not bad for a European! But I accidently guessed Millard Fillmore, who's apperently the least guessed one of all. Well done me :D
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Level 47
Nov 10, 2017
LOL I'm French am I got 7( the most recent ones) :/
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Level 60
Jun 14, 2020
LOL I am Greek. Got all of them. I know their chronological order also. Get on my level bro
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Level 47
Nov 17, 2017
Boom! :45
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Level 37
Nov 24, 2017
Duh! - There are only 44 Presidents. (Grover Cleveland served two non-consecutive terms)
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Level 34
Jan 12, 2018
So glad to see Hillary not on here! But Oprah might be Oprah later! lol
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Level 8
Apr 7, 2018
Liked the updated picture quiz better
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Level 65
Apr 14, 2018
Grover Cleveland spanked me on two non-consecutive occasions!
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Level 42
Apr 25, 2018
You are missing Herbert Hoover; president before FDR
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Level 50
May 7, 2018
There seems to be a theme lol
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Level 40
May 8, 2018
13/44. Not bad for a Brit.
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Level 68
Apr 19, 2020
I got 16.. Kinda proud. (Danish)..
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Level 26
May 23, 2018
Where is Warren Harding?
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Level 67
Feb 23, 2020
In the 7th row
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Level 70
Jun 6, 2018
Now you know your Presidents, try US President's Anagram Quiz .........here it is
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Level 73
Jan 26, 2019
This quiz is too America-centric
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Level 56
Aug 30, 2019
is it just me, or does Hoover bear a striking resemblance to Benny Hill??
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Level 77
Sep 25, 2019
Alec Baldwin is playing the wrong President - he looks like Millard Fillmore. Also, Tommy Lee Jones is a dead ringer for Andrew Johnson.
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Level 68
Apr 19, 2020
Pretty amazed I got 16.. Haven't heard of more than half of them.
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Level 50
Jun 7, 2020
Got all of them.
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Level 60
Jun 14, 2020
Got all of them. Not even american
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Level 81
Jun 15, 2020
impressive.
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Level 61
Aug 11, 2020
Name all the presidents in order. I can do that. Name them by picture I can only muster a little over 50%. I even had a puzzle with their pictures on it growing up.
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Level 40
Oct 1, 2020
There's no Washington!
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Level 65
Oct 16, 2020
2:34 left. I guess I've played too many US presidential quizzes.
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Level 50
Nov 7, 2020
Joe Biden?
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Level 50
Nov 8, 2020
Not yet, wait till January.
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Level 29
Nov 9, 2020
Finished in 1:31. Super easy.
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Level 29
Nov 9, 2020
with 2:29 left, just to clarify.
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Level 47
Nov 30, 2020
Why is our first, and greatest president, Ben Franklin missing? This is blasphemous
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Level 66
Apr 18, 2021
He didn't invent the camera or portrait until after his presidency.
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Level 48
Dec 9, 2020
There was a John Adams and a John Quincy Adams? Well, you learn a new thing.
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Level 20
Jan 25, 2021
and they were related!! like George Herbert Walker and George Walker! Father and Son!
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Level 28
Dec 28, 2020
Did anyone else realize that there is only one president that doesn't fall under the category of a white male? Shame if you ask me. (Obama)
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Level 85
Dec 31, 2020
Is it really surprising, though?
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Level 20
Jan 25, 2021
Obama actually is Half Caucasian and Half Indonesian, Obama's biological dad is actually Indonesian, while his biological mom is white, those two ethnicity's mixed together make an African American skin color, Obama's stepdad is Kenyan though, so his Stepdad is African and his Biological Dad is Indonesian, so technically we haven't really had a black president yet, but you know, he's close enough.
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Level 47
Feb 21, 2021
...his father is Kenyan? I think you mixed up his stepfather and father.
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Level 28
Jan 3, 2021
Guess not, but that's the sad part..
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Level 60
Jan 20, 2021
Facts: 25 percent of all users in Jetpunk are from US. Don't be expect if you make lower times and get score
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Level 24
Feb 17, 2021
1:00

Scoring

You scored 29/45 = 64%

This beats or equals 52.3% of test takers

The average score is 29

Your high score is 29

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Level 36
Feb 19, 2021
Why are so many presidents identical? i.e nearly bald and a huge beard?
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Level 81
Mar 6, 2021
They hardly look identical, but that aside there have only been 5 presidents in US history who sported beards. And every one of them was president sometime between 1861 and 1893. It was the fashion of the day. Both before and after there are none. Only one with so much as a moustache.
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Level 29
Apr 1, 2021
100% with 2:29 left....

I could have done better....

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Level 26
Apr 3, 2021
is 20 good for 12 year old from Europe?
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Level 26
Apr 23, 2021
Funny how it goes from great president to great president to two horrible presidents and then another good president.