Which US President Are You?

What great American leader are you most similar to? Take this quiz now to find out!
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Question 1/10

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Pick a creative first date activity.
Visiting the local animal shelter
Volunteering at a soup kitchen
Taking a cooking class together
Attending a networking cocktail party
Doing yoga on the beach
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What is your go-to karaoke song?
Son of a Preacher Man
Don’t Stop Believin
I Will Survive
Fergalicious
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What’s your favorite season?
Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall
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On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the most, how afraid are you of conflict?
1-4
5-7
8-10
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How many true friends would you say you have?
A small handful
About one or two dozen
Lots and lots
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Question 6/10

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Pick the word that describes your best friend.
Caring
Social
Trednsetting
Never-gives-up
Loyal
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Question 7/10

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Choose a pattern!
Polka Dot
Stripes
Zig Zag
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Question 8/10

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Where is your ideal vacation spot?
In a busy city
On an isolated island
In the wilderness, surrounded by nature
Somewhere different and “out of this world”
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Question 9/10

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What type of people irritates you the most?
Unfair people
Lazy people
Close-minded people
Rude people
Conflict-stirring people
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Pick a tree!
Sequoia
Oak
Palm
Result
“Honest Abe” was Abraham Lincoln’s most famous nickname, for his supposed inability to ever tell a lie. He also fearlessly led the Union during America’s Civil War and signed the Emancipation Proclamation, ending slavery. You yourself won’t stand for unfairness, and you will always advocate for the “little guy.” Your just, loyal, and kindhearted personality matches that of Lincoln’s!

Abraham Lincoln

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President Roosevelt entered office and was immediately faced with the Depression. He also was in office at the time World War II commenced. Through these two serious crises, FDR prevailed, passing laws that helped farmers and small business who were about to lose their homes during the Depression and encouraging the allies to protect democracy all over the world during the war. Similarly, you are steadfast and persevering. Your never-give-up attitude, even through hardship and difficulty, makes you like Roosevelt!

Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Thomas Jefferson was a go-getter, someone who blazed new paths and tried new things. Not only was he one of the people who signed the Declaration of Independence, he also facilitated the Louisiana Purchase and made the bold decision of cutting down the US Army and Navy so that the country could run as cheaply as possible and save money for bigger developments to come. You are brave like Jefferson, a trendsetter, someone who is not afraid to take risks to reach bigger goals!

Thomas Jefferson

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James Monroe accomplished much during his presidency in terms of promoting peace and looking out for people’s interests. He facilitated friendly negotiations between America, England, and France, was president during the signing of the Missouri Compromise which limited slavery, and ensured the signing of the Monroe Doctrine, which forbade all European countries from creating new colonies in the Americas. He also took trips around the country just to see what was going on in the minds of US citizens and see what they wanted from him. His presidency came to be known as the “Era of Good Feelings,” and like Monroe, you have a knack at interacting with people. You love being social, meeting new friends, and catching up with old ones, and no matter where you or are what type of gathering you’re attending, you will be the life of the party!

James Monroe

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Everyone remembers John F. Kennedy as being a President who truly cared about his people. One of the major programs that he established during his presidency was the Peace Corps, allowing Americans to travel the world and provide sustainable help to those in need. Like President Kennedy, you are always peace-seeking and truly caring for the rest of humankind. You are empathetic and warm, and you should never let anyone quell your optimistic spirit!

John F. Kennedy

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