A new Rasmussen Reports Presidents’ Day Poll, showed that former President Donald Trump managed to make it onto the list of both “best” and “worst” presidents since the early 1990s.
According to the poll, 36 percent of respondents believed Trump was the best commander-in-chief out of the last five U.S. presidents. Former President Obama came in second place with 30 percent supporting him as the best candidate.
However, 41 percent of respondents also claimed that Trump was the worst candidate out of the five U.S. presidents of the past 30 years. President Joe Biden came in second place as the second worst President at 39 percent.
The poll was conducted from Feb. 13 to Feb. 15 and was answered by 1,000 American adults. The survey was led by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC., and has a 3 percent margin of error.
Of those interviews, 9 percent claimed George W. Bush was the best President, while both Clinton and Biden received support from 8 percent each. Another 8 percent of respondents claimed they had no opinion on who was the best president.
In the worst President category, third place was taken by Obama with 5 percent, while Bush and Clinton had 4 percent and 3 percent of respondents vote respectively. Around 7 percent said that they did not have an opinion on who the worst President was.
Along partisan lines, 62 percent of Republicans claimed Trump was the best president, and 64 percent claimed that Biden was the worst President.
Of Democrat-leaning respondents 52 percent opted for Obama, while 17 percent supported Biden as the best president. Seventy percent chose Trump as the worst president.