After 2000 Days in Office How Does Obama Rank


by Kaitlin Senk on Jul 14, 2014 | Views: 57 | Score: 0
Average Stock Gain After 2000 Days in Office
Clinton175.6
F.D. Roosevelt166.6
Obama142.1
Reagan88.3
Eisenhower70.5
Truman44.8
G.W. Bush-8.9
Nixon-17.2
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Kaitlin Senk
Kaitlin Senk on Jul 14, 2014 9:01 PM said:

Compared to his predecessors, Obama's been pretty great for the economy. At 2,000 days into his presidency, Obama ranks in the top half of the eight presidents since the Great Depression who spent this much time in office in terms of stock market performance. Democrats in general have averaged 133%, while Republicans have averaged 33% gains.