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President Obama Scores 102 On IQ Test, Lowest In Presidential History



As it turns out, the Republicans may have been right all along, and President Obama is not the smartest person in the room after all. 

Since Woodrow Wilson took office in 1913, all presidents have been given an IQ test at some point during their time as leader. 

Gerald Ford always held the record for lowest score, with a 111, which is considered just slightly above average. 

On the other end of the spectrum, George W. Bush scored a 132, which is considered ‘gifted.’ 

Two-Thirds of people who take the standardized IQ test score between 85-115.

The White House today spun President Obama’s 102 as a ‘solid average’ that is nothing to be ashamed of.

”President Obama never claimed to be smarter than anybody else. As a matter as fact, he has always represented himself as a regular guy, ‘a man of the people,’ as it were,” 
said Josh Earnest, White House Press Secretary.

 “The key to being a good leader is to surround yourself with smart people, which President Obama has always done. As far as needing to be a genius to run the country, well – George W. Bush had the highest score ever, and look at how that mess turned out. So, the next time President Obama bypasses congress with an executive order, and you’re about to say something cruel, racist, or otherwise completely ignorant, remember that he’s just a regular guy getting things done for you. And hey! At least he’s in the triple digits!”

“Ha! I knew it! King Obama is just a few points away from being a dummy,”
said Senator Ted Cruz. 

”Einstein was a 160, and guess what America – I scored 145! I’m smarter than 99% of you! When I’m elected President, I’ll bring some common sense and smarts back into the White House. Let’s face it, don’t you want your President to be smarter than the guy asking you whether you want to ‘super size’ your fries at the drive through? ‘Vote for me America, I’m smart!’ Hell, I think I’ll make that a bumper sticker!”

IQ Ranking of ALL USA Presidents ...

1. John Quincy Adams: 168.75

2. Thomas Jefferson: 153.75

3. John F. Kennedy: 150.65

4. Bill Clinton: 148.8

5. Woodrow Wilson: 145.1

6. Jimmy Carter: 145.1

7. John Adams: 142.5

8. Theodore Roosevelt: 142.28

9. James Garfield: 141.5

10. Chester Arthur: 141.5

11. James Madison: 141.25

12. Franklin D. Roosevelt: 139.63

13. John Tyler: 136.2

14. Millard Fillmore: 135.98

15. Franklin Pierce: 134.78

16. William Henry Harrison: 133.93

17. Rutherford B. Hayes: 133.93

18. Martin Van Buren: 133.35

19. George Washington: 132.5

20. Benjamin Harrison: 132.15

21. Dwight D. Eisenhower: 131.9

22. Richard Nixon: 131

23. Grover Cleveland: 130.95

24. James K. Polk: 130.2

25. William McKinley: 130.18

26. George H. W. Bush: 130.13

27. Ronald Reagan: 130

28. Herbert Hoover: 129.78

29. Lyndon B. Johnson: 127.83

30. Harry Truman: 127.55

31. Calvin Coolidge: 127.1

32. Gerald Ford: 127.08

33. William Howard Taft: 126.9

34. Andrew Jackson: 126.25

35. James Buchanan: 125.93

36. Zachary Taylor: 125.65

37. Andrew Johnson: 127.83

38. George W. Bush: 124.88

39. Warren G. Harding: 124.3

40. James Monroe: 124.13

41. Ulysses S. Grant: 120

An intelligence quotient (IQ) is a score derived from one of several standardized tests designed to assess human intelligence

The abbreviation "IQ" was coined by the psychologist William Stern for the German termIntelligenz-quotient, his term for a scoring method for intelligence tests he advocated in a 1912 book.[1] 

When current IQ tests are developed, the median raw score of the norming sample is defined as IQ 100 and scores each standard deviation (SD) up or down are defined as 15 IQ points greater or less,[2] although this was not always so historically. 

By this definition, approximately two-thirds of the population scores between IQ 85 and IQ 115, and about 5 percent of the population scores above 125.[3][4]


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