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The Final Leaderboard of "Who would you have voted for?"


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Abraham Lincoln - 1864 (100%)
Ulysses Grant - 1868 (93%)
Charles Hughes - 1916 (89%)
Abraham Lincoln - 1860 (86%)
Theodore Roosevelt - 1904 (84%)


Theodore Roosevelt - 1912 (84%)
Ulysses Grant - 1872 (80%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1932 (78%)

Dwight Eisenhower - 1956 (75%)
John Fremont - 1856 (73%)
Barack Obama - 2008 (72%)
Thomas Jefferson - 1804 (71%)
Henry Clay - 1832 (71%)
William Henry Harrison - 1840 (71%)
Dwight Eisenhower - 1952 (70%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1940 (70%)


Joe Biden - 2020 (68%)
Lyndon B. Johnson - 1964 (68%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1944 (65%)

John F Kennedy - 1960 (65%)
James Madison - 1808 (64%)
John Quincy Adams - 1828 (64%)
William Jennings Bryan - 1900 (61%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1936 (60%)
Rutherford B. Hayes - 1876 (60%)

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Alright folks! That's the leaderboard, hope you all enjoyed this. Meanwhile, let's dive into the results! Joe Biden, Barack Obama, and LBJ were the ONLY 3 people from the last series to make it to the leaderboard. Not really surprising as things tend to get more partisan for all of us when we get closer to the present day haha. 

I will say though, I am pleased to see Joe Biden having the best performance of the 3rd Section. 

Of course; First Section are the top 5 of all time. This forum, despite our differences, got behind these people for the most part.

Section 2 is a good indication of very broad support for these candidates among the forum, but still a little divisive.

And finally, Section 3 are candidates who the the forum voted for above 60%, which is my requirement to make it to the board considering the potential bias of the forum, and I think 60% is a good number to indicate solid support anyways. 

Funny enough, all candidates at the top of the board were Republicans!

Oh, and the award for the most messy election goes to 2016. Congratulations.

In the meantime, if y'all think it would be fun, I can start organizing a "playoff" between all of these leaderboard candidates.

Section 1 Conference, Section 2 Conference, Section 3 Conference, etc. And maybe have a playoff to a finals? Just thinking.

Anyways, thanks for participating in these! 🙂 
 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Pringles said:

@Beetlejuice @Cal @Cenzonico @ConservativeElector2 @DakotaHale @Dobs @Edouard @Entrecampos @Fbarbarossa @Hestia @jnewt @JohnGRobertsJr @Kitten @Magnus Rex @Mishfox @MrPotatoTed @pilight @Pringles@Rezi @Rodja @Sean F Kennedy @The Blood @themiddlepolitical @Timur @vcczar @WVProgressive @YVDyTaOxlzZr @Zenobiyl @themiddlepolitical @jvikings1  

Leaderboard

Abraham Lincoln - 1864 (100%)
Ulysses Grant - 1868 (93%)
Charles Hughes - 1916 (89%)
Abraham Lincoln - 1860 (86%)
Theodore Roosevelt - 1904 (84%)


Theodore Roosevelt - 1912 (84%)
Ulysses Grant - 1872 (80%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1932 (78%)

Dwight Eisenhower - 1956 (75%)
John Fremont - 1856 (73%)
Barack Obama - 2008 (72%)
Thomas Jefferson - 1804 (71%)
Henry Clay - 1832 (71%)
William Henry Harrison - 1840 (71%)
Dwight Eisenhower - 1952 (70%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1940 (70%)


Joe Biden - 2020 (68%)
Lyndon B. Johnson - 1964 (68%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1944 (65%)

John F Kennedy - 1960 (65%)
James Madison - 1808 (64%)
John Quincy Adams - 1828 (64%)
William Jennings Bryan - 1900 (61%)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1936 (60%)
Rutherford B. Hayes - 1876 (60%)

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Alright folks! That's the leaderboard, hope you all enjoyed this. Meanwhile, let's dive into the results! Joe Biden, Barack Obama, and LBJ were the ONLY 3 people from the last series to make it to the leaderboard. Not really surprising as things tend to get more partisan for all of us when we get closer to the present day haha. 

I will say though, I am pleased to see Joe Biden having the best performance of the 3rd Section. 

Of course; First Section are the top 5 of all time. This forum, despite our differences, got behind these people for the most part.

Section 2 is a good indication of very broad support for these candidates among the forum, but still a little divisive.

And finally, Section 3 are candidates who the the forum voted for above 60%, which is my requirement to make it to the board considering the potential bias of the forum, and I think 60% is a good number to indicate solid support anyways. 

Funny enough, all candidates at the top of the board were Republicans!

Oh, and the award for the most messy election goes to 2016. Congratulations.

In the meantime, if y'all think it would be fun, I can start organizing a "playoff" between all of these leaderboard candidates.

Section 1 Conference, Section 2 Conference, Section 3 Conference, etc. And maybe have a playoff to a finals? Just thinking.

Anyways, thanks for participating in these! 🙂 
 

 

 

Playoff time 😎

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