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Five Most Guessed World Leaders by Country

Given these 6 countries below, name the 5 most guessed world leaders for each of their respective quizzes.
as of October 13th 2019
Featured Quizzes used: USA, CA, UK, AUS, FR and IS
The text below each country indicates what type of leader is asked for.
Quiz by Stewart
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Last updated: October 17, 2019
First submittedOctober 15, 2019
Times taken9,435
Rating4.31
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United States
(Presidents)
98%
Barack Obama
97%
George Washington
97%
Donald Trump
96%
George H.W. Bush
96%
George W. Bush
 
 
Canada
(Prime Ministers)
97%
Justin Trudeau
96%
Pierre Trudeau
92%
Stephen Harper
76%
Sir John A. Macdonald
71%
Jean Chrétien
United Kingdom
(Prime Ministers)
97%
Theresa May
93%
Margaret Thatcher
93%
Boris Johnson
93%
Winston Churchill
89%
Tony Blair
 
 
Australia
(Prime Ministers)
92%
Julia Gillard
89%
Malcolm Turnbull
88%
Tony Abbott
86%
Scott Morrison
85%
Kevin Rudd
France
(Presidents)
90%
Emmanuel Macron
88%
François Hollande
86%
Charles de Gaulle
81%
Nicolas Sarkozy
67%
Jacques Chirac
 
 
Israel
(Prime Ministers)
91%
Benjamin Netanyahu
73%
Golda Meir
64%
Yitzhak Rabin
63%
David Ben-Gurion
62%
Ariel Sharon
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level 78
Oct 15, 2019
Very surprised Napoleon isn't on the list for France.
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level 75
Oct 15, 2019
That's because the quiz the data comes from asks for "Presidents of France".
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level 78
Oct 16, 2019
To be fair, unless you're clicking on the links in the instructions, you won't realize that the quizzes referenced are presidential quizzes, and the title of this quiz is simply "leaders".
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level 62
Oct 16, 2019
I had to use the generic "leader" term since some are Presidents and some are Prime Ministers. I've updated the quiz now to show which is asked for under their respective country.
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level 78
Oct 16, 2019
Thanks, Stewart!!
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level 78
Oct 16, 2019
Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte is seventh in the presidents of France quiz, though ;).
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level 79
Oct 15, 2019
i was thinking of Diefenbaker for Canada but that is just because of Due South.
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level 66
Oct 16, 2019
Instructions should probably include something about elected leaders or leaders of the modern era, because I doubt this list would be accurate if Elizabeth I or Louis XIV or Napoleon were in the running...
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level 73
Oct 16, 2019
As per the instructions, the answers come from the quizzes 'US Presidents', 'CA Prime Ministers', 'UK Prime Ministers', 'AUS Prime Ministers', 'FR Presidents' and 'IS Prime Ministers'

So yes, the list would not be accurate if they were in the running
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level 78
Oct 16, 2019
Well, no. The instructions don't say that the answers come from those quizzes, they just provide country abbreviation links to those quizzes. I don't click the links in quiz instructions because it seems like cheating. So all I saw were instructions to name the world leaders of those countries before I took the quiz.
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level 62
Oct 16, 2019
Since some are Presidents and some are Prime Ministers, I've updated the quiz now to show which is asked for under their respective country. I hope this suffices.
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level 47
Oct 16, 2019
Damnit. Forgot about Boris, Chirac and Sarkozy yet remembered Chretien and Rabin. Frazzled
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level 68
Oct 16, 2019
Interesting how the "Most Guessed" list doesn't always match the most guessed by Jetpunkers in this quiz.
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level 22
Oct 16, 2019
I was shocked Lincoln wasn't on the list.
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level 80
Oct 16, 2019
Obama beats Trump yet again. Sad!
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level 73
Oct 16, 2019
Trump beats RINO Lincoln. Sad!

Clinically depressing!
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level 69
Oct 16, 2019
Being Canadian and/or Australian is a possible advantage for answering this question.
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level 71
Oct 16, 2019
Spaced completely on Theresa May, and I kept telling myself, I think her last name is a month, still couldn't come up with it.
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level 63
Oct 16, 2019
Surprised not to see Clemenceau
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level 78
Oct 19, 2019
He never was a president of France! But you're right in a way, the quiz is flawed, especially for France which has had a bunch of different regimes. During the third republic, the president was more like the king in constitutional monarchies, the power was held by the president of the council of ministers (who was like a prime minister).
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level 28
Oct 16, 2019
I wasted SO much time trying to spell the French! Then a mental block remembering ANY of our Australian Prime Ministers. In all fairness, it seems we have another one every other month.
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level 55
Oct 17, 2019
I went backwards through our Prime Ministers over the past 50 years or so and forgot Theresa May! We've only just gotten shot of her as well.
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level 38
Oct 17, 2019
Only 19 got Harper I'm not even Canadian
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level 73
Oct 17, 2019
Tried Charon to no avail. Maybe accept it as a type-in? Or do you only accept the precise correct spellings for this quiz?
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level 62
Oct 17, 2019
All automatic typeins were added already, but it seems Charon was not. I've added it in now!
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level 70
Oct 17, 2019
97% get Trudeau, and 96% get Trudeau. Can anyone explain this divergence?
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level 78
Oct 19, 2019
First names... A few takers probably typed "Justin Trudeau" and didn't get Pierre.