vcczar Posted May 28, 2022 Share Posted May 28, 2022 This is from something I compiled a few years ago: 1. Presidents with the most Supreme Court Justice Appointments fails. This included rejections, withdraws, and nominees refusing after nomination : Tyler, 8 Grant and Washington, 4 Fillmore, Madison, Jackson, Cleveland, 3 LBJ, Bush, Nixon, 2. 2. Presidents by total years their confirmed SC Justices served: FDR, 147 yrs Jackson, 128 yrs Lincoln, 104 Reagan, 102 Eisenhower, 95 3. Presidents by Economic Performance Index Better than Predecessor. Does not include Trump or Biden. FDR, 33.1 Taft, 18.9 Tyler, 17.3 Truman, 15.9 Reagan, 15.1 4. Presidents by Economic Performance Index Worse than Predecessor. Does not include Trump or Biden. Hoover, -45.8 Lincoln, -30.7 Th Roosevelt, -18.9 Wilson, -18.2 Jefferson, -15.2 5. Presidents by Veto Override % Pierce, 56% A Johnson, 52 GW Bush, 33 Nixon, 16 Wilson, 14 Reagan, 12 Tyler and Trump, 10 6. Presidents by Vetoes per Year % Cleveland, 103.5 (1st non-consec term) FDR, 52.9 Cleveland, 42.5 (2nd non-consec term) Ford, 33 Truman, 31.25 7. Cabinet Turnover per Year % Ford, 9.2 Nixon, 6.9 Trump, 6.9 Fillmore, 4.4 Clinton, 4.0 8. Failed Cabinet Appointments by Pres Clinton and Tyler, 5 Obama, 3 Trump, GW Bush, Coolidge, A Johnson, 2 9. Pres Exec Orders Per Year % FDR, 307.8 Hoover, 242 Wilson, 225.4 Harding, 216.9 Coolidge, 215.2 Note: Their presidencies connect. It was the norm to preside this way, regardless of party since Teddy Roosevelt. Eisenhower was the first president in ages to average less than 100 a year (60.5). Until Trump (55), Carter was the last to average more than 50 a year (80). Obama has the fewest average exec orders of modern presidents with just over 34 a year. Biden is closer to Trump (54.5). 10. Reelection Bid Popular Vote Margin J Adams, -22% Taft, -19% Hoover, -17% JQ Adams, -12% Carter, -10% The only other presidents to have a negative popular vote margin are Trump, Van Buren, GHW Bush, and B Harrison. Both Harrison and Trump are the only presidents to lose the popular vote on election and in their failed reelection bid. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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