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Awesome Graph of US Presidents

Updated on August 23, 2009
X axis: President Number Y axis: Google Results
X axis: President Number Y axis: Google Results

Presidents vs. Google Results

Bored on a Sunday afternoon, I decided to look up every US president on Google. I then made a chart (above) with the president number on the x axis and the number of Google results on the y axis. I was stunned at the symmetry of this chart. George Washington and Barack Obama both have over 50,000,000 results whereas the presidents right near them have about 1/3 of the results. In the middle, all of the presidents have fewer than 10,000,000 results. Make what you will of the graph, but I think it is quite interesting!


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      Old Empresario 7 years ago

      Interesting graph. I wonder how Andrew Johnson slipped into the top 4. I suppose impeachment must have been a hot topic that year for the people using Google.

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      Quincy 8 years ago

      Kudos dude. Those results are, not only amazing, but can be verified.

      George Washington is often searched for class projects. I would guess that accounts for at least a third of his searches. As well, GW is the face of Presidents Day. I wonder how many were searches for clip art. Barack is the present day bomb!

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      JamesBenjaminJrMD 8 years ago from USA

      That is very interesting. George Washington doing his thing all these years later. Barack Obama has not finished. I recently spoke to a 21 year man about President Clinton. The young man said he did not know much about him. The young man, Bob voted for the first time last year because he was afraid the Repblicans would continue to sponsor more wars.

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      Ralph Deeds 8 years ago from Birmingham, Michigan

      That is interesting.