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Presidential First Names

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First Name
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George I
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John I
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Thomas I
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James I
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James II
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John II
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Andrew I
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Martin
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William I
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John III
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James III
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Zachary
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First Name
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Millard
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Franklin I
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James IV
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Abraham
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Andrew II
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Ulysses
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Rutherford
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James V
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Chester
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Stephen (Grover)
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Benjamin
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Stephen (Grover)
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First Name
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William II
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Theodore
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William III
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Thomas II (Woodrow)
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Warren
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John IV (Calvin)
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Herbert
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Franklin II
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Harry
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Dwight
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John V
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Lyndon
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First Name
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Richard
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Gerald
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James VI
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Ronald
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George II
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William IV
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George III
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Barack
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Donald
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level 73
Apr 19, 2013
Some people obviously typed in Bill and got Bill Clinton... but the fact that he is listed as William IV wasn't enough to tip them off that there were other Williams on the list... :) and the same thing happened when they typed in Jimmy and the answer came up James VI. lol
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level 45
Sep 22, 2014
I was tipped off to Thomas Jefferson when I typed in Woodrow (Wilson) and got Thomas II instead - though in hindsight, Thomas Jefferson is one that I ought to have known anyway, even as a non-American. =)
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level 73
Sep 25, 2015
Yes you definitely should have. One of the greatest minds to lead any country ever. Almost shocking that he is actually 3% less guessed than Wilson right now... even with the tip-off that guessing Woodrow gives you. I suppose serving during one of the World Wars is worth more to most trivia buffs than being the father of modern Western democratic ideals.
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level 72
Oct 22, 2015
Woodrow Wilson is just an easy name to remember. Nice alliteration and all that. Most Europeans will also be more familiar with Wilson due to his more immediate impact on Europe with the involvement of the US in WW1 and being the instigator of the League of Nations. Most people over here will therefore have heard of him in high school history, while Jefferson would mostly be ignored. Apart from FDR and JFK, Wilson also seems to have the most streets/squares/stations named after him of any American president.
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level 73
Oct 24, 2015
Tried to look up some stats on this. Came up with the following which is only for Belgium:

Streets named for:
Kennedy 50
Roosevelt 38
Wilson 11
Eisenhower 9
Hoover 8
Lincoln 3
Truman, Clinton & Roosevelt 1 each

Why does Kennedy have *so* many? What did he ever do for Belgium? I'm also very surprised Hoover has so many.
I took a picture next to the George W Bush highway in Tbilisi. I think that was in thanks for the support his administration gave versus the Russians.
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level 43
Oct 24, 2015
Didn't Hoover help give relief to the Belgians during WW1? Maybe that's why.
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level 52
Oct 25, 2015
kalbahamut, I think the reason there are so many streets named for Kennedy is that there are so many Kennedys. More than just the president, they were (are, kinda) a political dynasty.
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level 73
Oct 26, 2015
Perhaps. Though... I can't imagine too many streets in Belgium being named for Bobby, Teddy, or John Jr.
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level 72
Oct 26, 2015
Kalbahamut is correct, they're all named after JFK. What did he ever do for Belgium? Nothing special really. He was for some reason very popular in Europe at the time, probably because he was an anti-commie symbol (Ich bin ein Berliner and all that). A popularity which only increased after his shocking high-profile assasination. He also died at the opportune moment to have his name plastered over everything because a lot of infrastructure was being built at time. As for Hoover, footballfan99 correctly points out he was a major contributor to wartime relief in Belgium during WW1 explaining his local popularity.
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level 71
Jan 14, 2016
Well, footballfan99, the Belgians wouldn't be the first people to use a Hoover to get some relief.
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level 36
Dec 4, 2016
+kolp Wilson was indeed the instigator of the League of Nations. But when it came to actually being in it and taking part in the League's actions.......not so much. lol Thanks for the European view as well. It's pretty cool to see a little bit of modern history from y'all's view. (I'm a Texan so I'm allowed to say 'y'all.' haha)
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level 56
Jun 29, 2018
Didn't one of his descendants start Hemmings Motor News?
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level 66
May 29, 2013
Good quiz - it's a lot harder when you don't have the surname to prompt you but I managed 43/44 so didn't do too bad :)
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level 64
May 29, 2013
That was fun! I only missed three. :)
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level 73
May 29, 2013
I'm happy you enjoyed it.
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level 74
Jul 12, 2018
I enjoyed it too, and agree with nettybet that it was more difficult than anticipated.
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level 25
May 29, 2013
i got all of them but maybe you should accept other spelling for some. like i kept typing in Lynden instead of Lyndon and Rutheford instead of Rutherford.
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level 73
May 29, 2013
Those spellings didn't occur to me. I can add them.
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level 66
Jan 24, 2015
I also wasn't credited for Obama b/c I used 2 r's.
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level 73
Oct 26, 2015
As in Obamarr? That's how they pronounce the name on the BBC usually.
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level 29
May 29, 2013
Now you can stop saying no one takes your quizzes!
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level 37
May 29, 2013
I almost skipped this one when I saw there weren't prompts, but I'm glad I didn't. I didn't do too badly!
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level 55
May 30, 2013
Fun quiz- heading over to middle names...
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level 48
May 30, 2013
Perfect, woot woot.
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level 28
Jun 1, 2013
all first try
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level 73
Jun 29, 2013
I'm glad everyone enjoyed the quiz. QM tells me that my Presidential Middle Names Quiz is going to be featured soon, as well. If you want to take a crack at it before everyone else does you can click on the above link.

If you enjoyed those two quizzes, you might also like some of these quizzes on related topics:
Most Popular Given Names by Country
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Enjoy
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level 73
Jun 29, 2013
This one, too:

Famous Muhammads
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level 57
May 5, 2015
Really good quizzes! And how did you space your comment out?
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level 73
May 5, 2015
html coding. Put the letter BR inside a pair of pointy brackets...
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level 43
Jul 20, 2013
Cool quiz - nice job.
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level 42
Aug 21, 2013
Good quiz. Got 41 out of 44. Maybe another minute more i would've had a perfect score.
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level 23
Sep 16, 2013
you should accept teddy for theodore
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level 73
Sep 17, 2013
Reasonable suggestion. I will add it.
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level 70
Nov 11, 2016
King Teddy?
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level 69
Sep 19, 2013
Great quiz! That was fun.
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level 33
Oct 28, 2013
Kalbahamut, you are quickly becoming my favourite quiz author on this site. Brilliant quiz!
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level 73
Oct 28, 2013
Thanks! :)
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level 74
Oct 21, 2015
You're one of my favorites, too. I also greatly enjoy your comments and discussions although I don't always agree, but that's okay, too.
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level 49
Jan 7, 2017
I agree too. I can say that because I am not too dumb to live.
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level 20
Mar 7, 2017
I think you are the most active quiz maker-i almost see u everywhere,as quiz maker,as a comment putter or whatever,anyways,great quiz...
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level 73
Mar 7, 2017
I don't even come close to relessness. That guy has got some serious quiz diarrhea. But I probably comment more than he does. He's too busy making quizzes to say more, I think.
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level 35
Nov 30, 2013
Got them all with 4 minutes to spare!
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level 50
Jan 25, 2014
Hate to complain, but would Harry be Harold if Bill is William?
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level 73
Jan 25, 2014
Nope. Bill Clinton's actual given name is William. Bill is a nickname. Harry Truman's actual given name is Harry. He was named after his uncle Harrison "Harry" Young. Nobody ever called him Harold.
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level 21
Feb 5, 2014
No idea what this is asking...but I go a lot right anyway.
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level 73
Feb 5, 2014
..... for the first names of U.S. presidents?
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level 59
Mar 2, 2014
Pedant's corner. You're insistent on Stephen for Grover Cleveland and Thomas for Woodrow Wilson, but apparently didn't know that Dwight David Eisenhower was christened David Dwight! Cool quiz.
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level 73
Mar 2, 2014
You're right, I didn't know that.
I'm not insisting on anything, I'm just going by what their official names are. Eisenhower's was changed shortly after he was born, according to Wikipedia. Why would I use the name that he had for the first few days of his life?
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level 73
Oct 23, 2014
Also, Grover and Woodrow are acceptable answers.
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level 59
Oct 22, 2015
To come back to this a long time later, of course I didn't intend to sound as rude as I did, and I didn't really mean anything bad by saying "insist". I just got 5/5 points with fewer than half the names on the board! Love this quiz.
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level 34
Mar 31, 2014
LOL'd at Bush as George III.
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level 73
Apr 1, 2014
it kind of fits if you consider both were brush clearing enthusiasts.
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level 41
May 13, 2017
and George II (HW)
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level 66
Apr 26, 2014
Great quiz. Very challenging! I missed Zachary and Martin.
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level 44
Aug 1, 2014
Good quiz. I would say there's a minute too much.
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level 25
Aug 6, 2014
Good quiz , kalbahamut . Challenging . 32 /44
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level 34
Aug 12, 2014
Excellent quiz; to be perfectly honest, I actually was not surprised that Warren G Harding, Rutherford B Hayes and Millard Fillmore were on the bottom of the list.
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level 43
Aug 27, 2014
Now this. This is brilliant.
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level 3
Oct 17, 2014
Damn you Ben Harrison!!!!
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level 72
Dec 20, 2014
Curiously, William only worked in one answer... should have noticed earlier, so I guess that's on me.
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level 73
Dec 21, 2014
not sure what you mean. If you type William you will get 4 correct answers.
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level 73
Dec 21, 2014
You probably typed in "Bill" and were awarded with William IV a.k.a. Bill Clinton.
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level 69
Jan 7, 2017
The same thing happened to me. I lazily assumed that it had filled in all of the Williams when I got Bill, but obviously I didn't check.
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level 19
Dec 24, 2014
36/44
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level 19
Jan 6, 2015
44/44 at my 2 time doing this o.o
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level 19
Jan 13, 2015
Got all of them but Harry and warren last
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level 48
Jan 13, 2015
Thanks for a fun quiz.
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level 22
Jan 19, 2015
I'm not the best at this so I'm being honest. I only got 27/44, so I guess I need to practice. kalbahamut, you are becoming one of my favorite quiz makers, with all of the fantastic quizzes. You are the next Quizmaster.
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level 73
Jan 20, 2015
I'm glad you've enjoyed my quizzes. I'll never be Quizmaster. I don't think some people appreciate how much work he puts in to this site.
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level 22
Jan 20, 2015
I'm just saying that you are like miniature Quizmaster, with all of the great quizzes.
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level 15
Jan 11, 2018
You do realize that Quizmaster is just Jetpunk
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level 43
Jan 22, 2015
Fresh way of looking at the presidents and a great quiz!
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level 19
Feb 9, 2015
Roger that it was a great quiz
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level 19
Feb 9, 2015
Im suprized Calvin Coolidge is name is John and did you know that Richard Nixon stole paper from somebody's poticial party that was the end of nixon's presidency and jimmy Carter's real name is James
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level 59
May 18, 2017
*Makes Home Alone-style shocked face*
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level 7
Feb 10, 2015
43 OUT OF 44
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level 29
Feb 14, 2015
ugh 42/44. missed andrew. not even from USA haha
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level 18
Feb 24, 2015
good quiz
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level 55
Apr 4, 2015
Hey Kal, Long time no talk. I liked this quiz. In the spirit of Easter, would you be willing to forgive and forget past squabbles? I apologize for any wrongdoing on my part. I hope we can reconcile.
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level 73
Apr 4, 2015
mafi mushkila
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level 55
Apr 5, 2015
Ok thanks for forgiving me bud. Americans have enough things against them. It's time to start sticking together, and I'm glad it could start here.
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level 9
Apr 13, 2015
I got Warren G. Harding but didn't get Ronald Reagan... jeez, I'm messed up.
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level 26
May 7, 2015
I really enjoyed this quiz. Somehow, I keep coming back to this one to improve my score every time. This quiz has a new idea, and it's a good challenge. Great job! :)
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level 66
Jun 12, 2015
One of my favorite quizzes on this site. Thanks, kalbahamut. :D
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level 53
Sep 8, 2015
Great Quiz, kalbahamut!
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level 16
Nov 19, 2015
What he said.
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level 52
Oct 22, 2015
After having played the US Presidents quiz numerous times, this test threw me off because it's listed in reverse order. ha.
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level 60
Oct 22, 2015
"Let's see here, common English names, common English names, hmm... John, James, Andrew, William, George. Hey, that's 20/44 already!" Apart from some of the most well-known presidents, that was me.
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level 73
Jan 7, 2016
Throw in Harry, Thomas, and Stephen and you've got more than half. Some of the others are a bit weird, though.
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level 74
May 17, 2017
Poor President Fillmore got stuck with his mother's maiden name as his given name.
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level 59
Oct 22, 2015
I typed in all the uncommon names first (Warren, Chester, Franklin, etc) and was trying to remember Wilson's real first name, when the time ran out with fewer than half the names on the board... I still got 5 points out of 5!
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level 73
Oct 22, 2015
I think you must have taken the quiz before and gotten a higher score. The average is 34/44 so I don't think it's possible that 22/44 would get you 5 points.
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level 59
Oct 24, 2015
Oh, I didn't know the 5 out of 5 could be based on a different time. In fact I thought it told you what you scored but if you've already done the quiz it doesn't actually add it to your total.
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level 45
Oct 22, 2015
Love it !
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level 15
Oct 22, 2015
Finished with 1:03 left
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level 19
Oct 23, 2015
John wasn't the 49th president, Jimmy was.
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level 57
Apr 22, 2017
Shame there's only ever been 45 though
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level 19
Oct 23, 2015
Woodrow Wilson is a nice alliteration, but I have no idea why he is put William same thing with Calvin Coolidge he has a name with James is it? Or is somebody else. Maybe somebody should do president nicknames I would nail that and somebody should do what their parents are named.
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level 73
Oct 23, 2015
I'm pretty sure there are already a couple quizzes on the subject of presidential nicknames.
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level 16
Nov 19, 2015
Here? If here, give me some..
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level 73
Jan 7, 2016
here's one by kiwirage.
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level 38
Oct 24, 2015
I got 41/44 from a mix of me knowing them and then reading the comments. Damn you Ulysses, Herbert and Gerald!
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level 16
Nov 19, 2015
100%
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level 24
Feb 29, 2016
Bill Clinton?
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level 73
Mar 1, 2016
a.k.a. William Jefferson Clinton? What about him?
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level 39
Mar 5, 2016
Wait how can one James be guessed 92% but the rest only be 88%?
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level 73
Mar 5, 2016
We accept "Jimmy" for James Carter.
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level 64
Jun 1, 2016
Well, after the elections we shall see who has to get added, Donald or Hillary.
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level 35
Jun 15, 2016
I like the quiz
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level 36
Jul 26, 2016
Fun quiz
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level 54
Jul 27, 2016
Gerald took me the longest.. but got 'em.
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level 36
Aug 7, 2016
hi kalbahamut I am a fan of your quizzes would u be interested in checking out mine, u don't have to just a suggestions. Thanks.
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level 35
Sep 1, 2016
For some reason instead of typing Martin, I tried to type Ludwig
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level 73
Nov 10, 2016
Van Buren's "Ode to Muttonchops" was never as well received as van Beethoven's "Ode to Joy."
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level 50
Dec 12, 2016
I tried Armin for Van Buren.
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level 73
Dec 12, 2016
oh come on. He might not have been a very good president, but I'm sure president Van Buren had more musical talent than that guy.
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level 47
Oct 7, 2016
Damn you, Theodore, damn you
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level 28
Oct 27, 2016
hopefully seeing Donald on here soon
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level 73
Nov 9, 2016
speak of the devil
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level 79
Nov 9, 2016
We could be jumping the gun by adding The Donald on here so soon. He's probably a flight risk until he actually gets through the last word of his vows.
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level 73
Nov 10, 2016
and certainly the world will end any day now. The Mayans were only off by 4 years.
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level 70
Nov 11, 2016
That forecast didn't have much to do with Mayans
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level 60
Jan 7, 2017
I've understood in the last few months that adding presidents-elect (assuming too few faithless electors to have an impact, if before the electors elect the president) to the list is kinda the JetPunk standard.
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level 73
Jan 7, 2017
It's too late for faithless electors at this point. Though that was always a long shot. Our best hope now is that when he places his hand on the Bible to swear the oath of office he is struck down in an act of divine intervention.
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level 64
Jan 7, 2017
Wow! You really hope for something like that to happen? That's like wanting your pilot to crash the airplane you're in.
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level 73
Jan 7, 2017
No it's like wishing that the terrorist at the controls of the airplane you are in decides to get up and hand the cockpit over to someone who isn't hellbent on killing everybody on the plane.
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level 66
Jan 7, 2017
The lowest people living in a Democracy are those that believe a Democracy is a way of getting what they want. When the democratic vote goes against their wishes they become anarchists and even would vent violence to subvert democratic government.
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level 35
Jan 8, 2017
Read up on Trumps policies Malbaby.
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level 66
Jan 8, 2017
I have never known a politician keep to policies made months or years before gaining power. As the USA has voted in Trump to be President should we not wait to see how this will play out in reality not what may happen and what should happen or what could have happened. I am not from USA although I lived there for a time, but I am a big believer in Democracy, which means I will give the winner a fair go. Remember the most bitter fruit of all is sour grapes.
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level 73
Jan 8, 2017
Sour grapes? That would be if Democrats said that it would be great to have the presidency, and then after Trump stole the election, they then claimed that they never really wanted it or that it wasn't so important to have. I haven't heard anyone say that.

In terms of Trump's policies, it's hard to say what they will be. He is unpredictable. That's part of what makes him scary. And the most habitual shameless unrepentant liar to ever run for office (and, remarkably, this can be said without hyberbole as it is demonstrably factual). However, we can judge his character, his intellect, his knowledge of the world, his temperament, his judgment, etc etc and in all these capacities he is SORELY lacking, unfit for office in EVERY way. The decisions he HAS made thus far, mostly concerning cabinent appointments, and the choices he has made in how to conduct himself on Twitter etc (important in his role as chief diplomat), could hardly be worse.
Also I have no faith in democracy.
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level 73
Jan 8, 2017
Nor is the outcome of the 2016 US presidential election democratic. But that's somewhat beside the point.

People who believe the democracy is good for its own sake I think have trouble separating hype from reality.
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level 49
Jan 9, 2017
Malbaby - I don't think I can agree with you that it is a wise course of action to see how things play out with Trump, when his actions don't show any reason to be hopeful that the results of him in office will be positive in any way for the overwhelming majority of Americans. History is full of folks who probably wished they had stood up before their rights were trampled and their economies trashed. Bullies need to be resisted at every turn, and Trump is nothing if not a bully.
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level 28
Dec 1, 2016
:-)
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level 28
Dec 5, 2016
:-)
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level 70
Dec 13, 2016
Silly quiz but good fun. Pleased to have omitted only 3.
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level 42
Jan 7, 2017
Got Donald eventually, though at present he aint
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level 64
Jan 7, 2017
But he'll be it come the 20th.
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level 51
Jan 8, 2017
Wow- did ok considering I'm in the UK. Weirdly didn't know Gerald as have always heard him referred to as President Ford- would have known Betty. lol
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level 55
Jan 8, 2017
Missed 12. I'm not American, though.
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level 49
Jan 9, 2017
I think this was actually harder than the one with the last names. Also, until he's actually sworn in, Trump isn't officially a president.
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level 48
Jan 9, 2017
Barry didn't work :)
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level 60
Jan 10, 2017
Donald should not be on this yet. As of today he has never been the President of the United States. If we are lucky something will happen and he will never be the President of the United States.
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level 73
Jan 11, 2017
If anything does it will be the happiest update I've ever made to a quiz.
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level 43
Jan 11, 2017
I hope so!
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level 51
Feb 15, 2017
got all 1:10 left
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level 19
Mar 8, 2017
Kalbahamut, after I took the Bill of Rights Quiz today I saw some of your comments in that argument with such prominent and obscure conservative or uninformed users on this site regarding the second amendment. I think you did a great job debating them, and, yes, I would laugh too at that comment where you sarcastically said "reliable sources like InfoWars" (curse those idiots). Great quiz. I really hate it how some Republicans, and just conservatives in general, try to demonize the word "liberal" when it, like most ideologies, is a concept or idea, not bad unless misused. I am proud to say I lean liberal, and read MAD Magazine! (Plus watch Saturday Night Live).
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level 73
Mar 8, 2017
I'm not sure how I feel about the demonization of the word liberal actually. On the one hand, it seems a bit silly. Like you said, it's just a word. And.. I think... in the classic sense, liberalism is an extremely positive thing. Something that even most conservatives could get behind. Classic liberalism is, to me, mostly about personal freedom, civil liberty, representative democracy... very American values.
On the other hand, the term has come to accumulate a lot of baggage. And, these days, if someone groans at someone else identifying as liberal, I sort of get that.

I have strong disagreements with both contemporary liberals and conservatives to be honest. When I talk politics after a while I don't have many friends left. :D But I'm happy you enjoyed the commentary.
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level 73
Mar 8, 2017
aaand.. just to add to what I already said above, I'm actually somewhat ambivalent about gun rights. I don't know what the best thing to do with them is. I'm not personally a fan of guns and it wouldn't bother me to see them all destroyed. On the other hand, as much as liberals try to make the case that there is a perfect correlation between gun ownership and gun deaths, there simply is not. If you look at the data across many different countries and communities it's actually very nebulous and hard to draw any conclusions from. It doesn't support either side clearly. I support facts above ideology. If it really could be proven that guns made people safer, I'd be all in favor of that. But it hasn't been proven. My main issue with gun rights enthusiasts is that they make incredibly weak arguments. Some gun opponents are guilty of this, too, to be fair. and I call out weak arguments on all sides, even from people I agree with. It's no good winning a debate with a bad argument.
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level 19
Mar 8, 2017
By the way, I am a high school freshman. Also, among the top 10 quizmakers, are you all friends who live in close proximity or know each other?
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level 73
Mar 8, 2017
No. I've never met any of the other users on this site and we live all over the world. I came here just as a quiz taker 4 or 5 years ago.. got a bit addicted to the quiz editor feature and loved taking the quizzes so now I'm here every day. But it's just for fun, like everyone else on the site.
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level 39
May 1, 2017
Georges H. W. and W. Bush were Republicans. Gerald Ford was a Republican. Dwight Eisenhower was a Republican. Donald Trump is the Tea Party's dream. He is not a Republican.
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level 73
Feb 23, 2018
I don't think he's even what anyone in the tea party movement wanted. (they might think he is, but he's not. All of his supporters have been duped) Trump is just a self-serving narcissistic moron who was born rich and has conned and swindled his way into the presidency. What was the tea party about? Mostly smaller government, right? But Trump has increased the deficit and his tax cuts for the wealthy is going to explode the debt like it never has been before. He doesn't mean anything he says he only cares somewhat about appearances. He's not serving the party. He's not serving the alt Right. He's not a true conservative. He's not a true Republican. He's not a true American. He's just a disgrace.
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level 60
May 18, 2017
it makes me sick every time I have to put Donald or Trump as an answer to a Presidential quiz. He may stay in the White House but I will never consider him a true President. What he is is a fraud and a traitor, nothing more.
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level 73
May 18, 2017
Oh come on. Nothing more? I could come up with a much longer list of pejoratives than just those two.
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level 73
May 18, 2017
Scroll down to item 9 here for a partial list:

Words People Associate with Trump
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level 9
May 24, 2017
easy
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level 43
Aug 3, 2017
Could you add Leslie as answerable for Gerald Ford? That was his given name.
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level 47
Jan 11, 2018
I would say no, personally. His name was legally changed to Gerald Rudolff Ford Jr. It's not like a nickname or going by a middle name.
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level 74
Jul 12, 2018
It is interesting, though, that his name, Leslie Lynch King Jr., wasn't changed until he became an adult and he took his stepfather's name (changing the spelling of the middle name) even though he was never adopted by him. But legally his name was Gerald when he was president, and that's what the quiz is about.
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level 24
Oct 8, 2017
I forgot Abraham oh my god
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level 66
Feb 22, 2018
If you know your Presidents, try my Governors who became Presidents Quiz............ here it is
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level 46
Feb 22, 2018
Would you accept "mentally stunted" or is that like a nickname?
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level 70
Mar 14, 2018
You'd really think there would be more Millards and Rutherfords... I run into so many day to day.
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level 35
Mar 25, 2018
Hilarious seeing the 'scream at the sky' crybaby liberal snowflakes flip out just because they have to type in 'Trump' on a quiz. He won. You lost. Get over it. Grow up.
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level 73
Mar 25, 2018
This sadly pathetic oft-repeated meme amongst Trump supporters that suggests there is nothing at all in play in an American presidential election beyond bragging rights or seeing your "team" win and the other guys lose is a pretty perfect illustration of how little some people grasp about the complex issues that any member of the electorate should understand and weigh and also why certain people probably shouldn't be allowed to vote.

Adults understand this. Telling them to grow up because you don't... how sophomoric.
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level 66
Jul 12, 2018
Holy run-on sentence, Batman! I mean, I don't disagree with you, but that was quite a mouthful.
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level 8
Apr 9, 2018
Great quiz love this type
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level 51
Apr 15, 2018
Can you please un-update this quiz?
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level 73
Apr 15, 2018
I wish I could. In addition to articles of impeachment there really ought to be a Constitutional provision for presidential annulment.
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level 64
Apr 19, 2018
We should annul a couple of presidencies actually. Maybe we could start with Dubya's, everybody can get behind that one.
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level 73
Jun 12, 2018
Donald Trump's freak show of an administration has pushed Bush Jr's out of the bottom quartile, and pushed Obama's in to the top quartile of all US presidents. I think by comparison, historians have started to view all previous presidents more favorably, now that they know how bad it can get. Trump even managed to dislodge Buchanan from the bottom spot in the last APSA poll.
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level 63
Jul 12, 2018
I got Donald but missed Abraham..........That is pure sacrilege.
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level 8
Apr 30, 2018
Great quiz thanks
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level 66
Jun 6, 2018
You know your Presidents?...... try US President's Anagrams quiz.......here it is
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level 63
Jul 12, 2018
Tweeter Tweeter Trumpkin He is Putin's bumpkin His big orange head looks like a pumpkin But if you opened it wide You'd find nothing inside Tweeter Tweeter Trumpkin
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level 60
Jul 25, 2018
Great idea! It's funny how our brain works... I just aced the US presidents quiz to get the badge, but only got 34/45 on the first names. Some of the names I felt like I had never even seen before, though I obviously have seen them plenty of times trying to ace the last names.
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level 39
Aug 30, 2018
Really nice quiz. Thank you.