US Presidents With the Highest Margin of Victory

Can you name the ten US presidents that had the highest margin of victory based on the percentage of electoral votes won to total electoral votes?
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President
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George Washington
99.57
James Monroe
98.49
Franklin D. Roosevelt
97.58
Ronald Reagan
96.65
Richard Nixon
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President
92.05
Thomas Jefferson
90.99
Abraham Lincoln
90.33
Lyndon B. Johnson
86.06
Dwight D. Eisenhower
85.81
Franklin Pierce
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Level 81
Dec 3, 2016
I think you made a couple of mistakes in this. It was Nixon in 1972 that had a margin of 96.65%, not Jefferson (who still should be on the list with 92.05%). Also, Herbert Hoover (if he stays on your list) has an "r" in his first name.
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Level 62
Dec 4, 2016
Thank you! Good eyes you have :)
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Level 62
Dec 4, 2016
How can Lyndon. B Johnson 'win' the presidency since he never actually won the presidency at all, but just became president after the Kennedy assassination?
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Level 64
Dec 4, 2016
He was reelected on his own in 1964, two years after the Kennedy assassination.
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Level 62
Dec 4, 2016
Really? Well, thanks for that nugget. I always thought that he did just one term (or half a term)...