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"Blind" Poll for Preparedness of U.S. Presidents

Preparedness/qualifications of U.S. Presidents  

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  1. 1. Who was the most well-prepared President of the modern era? (If you can easily tell who someone is, try to ignore their ideology, personality etc. and vote strictly off of their prior experience.)

    • President A - U.S. Senator (8 years), U.S. Representative (6 years), and military service
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    • President B - U.S. Governor (12 years) and State Attorney General (2 years)
    • President C - U.S. Governor (8 years) and military service
      0
    • President D - Vice President of the U.S. (1 year), U.S. Representative (25 years), and military service
      0
    • President E - Vice President of the U.S. (8 years), U.S. Senator (2 years), U.S. Representative (4 years), and military service
      0
    • President F - successful businessman and television personality
    • President G - Vice President of the U.S. (1/4 year), U.S. Senator (10 years), County Judge (7 years), and military service
      0
    • President H - Supreme Allied Commander (1 year), Chief of Staff of the Army (2 years), Governor of the American Zone of Occupied Germany (1/2 year), President of Columbia University (5 years), and additional extensive military service
      0
    • President I - U.S. Senator (4 years) and State Senator (7 years)
      0
    • President J - U.S. Governor (4 years), Assistant Secretary of the Navy (8 years), and State Senator (2 years)
      0
    • President K - U.S. Governor (4 years), State Senator (4 years), and military service
      0
    • President L - Vice President of the U.S. (8 years), Director of the CIA ( 1 year), U.S. "Ambassador" to China (1 year), Chairman of the RNC (2 years), U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. (2 years), U.S. Representative (4 years), military service, and successful businessman
    • President M - U.S. Governor (6 years), military service, and successful businessman
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    • President N - Vice President of the U.S. (3 years), U.S. Senator (12 years), U.S. Representative (12 years), and military service
  2. 2. Which is the most under-prepared?

    • President A - U.S. Senator (8 years), U.S. Representative (6 years), and military service
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    • President B - U.S. Governor (12 years) and State Attorney General (2 years)
      0
    • President C - U.S. Governor (8 years) and military service
      0
    • President D - Vice President of the U.S. (1 year), U.S. Representative (25 years), and military service
      0
    • President E - Vice President of the U.S. (8 years), U.S. Senator (2 years), U.S. Representative (4 years), and military service
      0
    • President F - successful businessman and television personality
    • President G - Vice President of the U.S. (1/4 year), U.S. Senator (10 years), County Judge (7 years), and military service
      0
    • President H - Supreme Allied Commander (1 year), Chief of Staff of the Army (2 years), Governor of the American Zone of Occupied Germany (1/2 year), President of Columbia University (5 years), and additional extensive military service
      0
    • President I - U.S. Senator (4 years) and State Senator (7 years)
    • President J - U.S. Governor (4 years), Assistant Secretary of the Navy (8 years), and State Senator (2 years)
      0
    • President K - U.S. Governor (4 years), State Senator (4 years), and military service
      0
    • President L - Vice President of the U.S. (8 years), Director of the CIA ( 1 year), U.S. "Ambassador" to China (1 year), Chairman of the RNC (2 years), U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. (2 years), U.S. Representative (4 years), military service, and successful businessman
      0
    • President M - U.S. Governor (6 years), military service, and successful businessman
      0
    • President N - Vice President of the U.S. (3 years), U.S. Senator (12 years), U.S. Representative (12 years), and military service
      0
  3. 3. Which President(s) were under-prepared?

    • President A - U.S. Senator (8 years), U.S. Representative (6 years), and military service
    • President B - U.S. Governor (12 years) and State Attorney General (2 years)
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    • President C - U.S. Governor (8 years) and military service
    • President D - Vice President of the U.S. (1 year), U.S. Representative (25 years), and military service
    • President E - Vice President of the U.S. (8 years), U.S. Senator (2 years), U.S. Representative (4 years), and military service
      0
    • President F - successful businessman and television personality
    • President G - Vice President of the U.S. (1/4 year), U.S. Senator (10 years), County Judge (7 years), and military service
      0
    • President H - Supreme Allied Commander (1 year), Chief of Staff of the Army (2 years), Governor of the American Zone of Occupied Germany (1/2 year), President of Columbia University (5 years), and additional extensive military service
    • President I - U.S. Senator (4 years) and State Senator (7 years)
    • President J - U.S. Governor (4 years), Assistant Secretary of the Navy (8 years), and State Senator (2 years)
    • President K - U.S. Governor (4 years), State Senator (4 years), and military service
    • President L - Vice President of the U.S. (8 years), Director of the CIA ( 1 year), U.S. "Ambassador" to China (1 year), Chairman of the RNC (2 years), U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. (2 years), U.S. Representative (4 years), military service, and successful businessman
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    • President M - U.S. Governor (6 years), military service, and successful businessman
    • President N - Vice President of the U.S. (3 years), U.S. Senator (12 years), U.S. Representative (12 years), and military service
      0


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This is my attempt at a blind poll of who was the most well-prepared President.  If you can easily tell who someone is, try to ignore their ideology, personality etc. and vote strictly based off of their prior experience.

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  • A- John F. Kennedy
  • B- Bill Clinton
  • C- Ronald Reagan
  • D- Gerald Ford
  • E- Richard Nixon
  • F- Donald Trump
  • G- Harry Truman
  • H- Dwight Eisenhower
  • I- Barack Obama
  • J- Franklin Roosevelt
  • K- Jimmy Carter
  • L- George H. W. Bush
  • M- George W. Bush
  • N- Lyndon Johnson

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