This Presidents Day, Ronald Reagan is considered to be the best president since World War II, according to a recent Harris Interactive poll.
When Harris matched all the presidents since World War II against one another, a quarter of respondents said Reagan was the best president. Franklin Roosevelt was favored by 19 percent, 15 percent cited John F. Kennedy and 12 percent said Bill Clinton was that best American president.
The nine others, including President Barack Obama garnered 4 percent of the vote or less.
Harris also pointed out that 27 percent of respondents said that George W. Bush was the worst president and 22 percent said Obama is the worst. Richard Nixon got the lowest marks, with 12 percent.
When Harris expanded the list to include the early presidents and leaders such as Abraham Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson and Andrew Jackson, 32 percent said Lincoln was the best president, 26 percent said Reagan, 21 percent said George Washington, 21 percent said Kennedy and 19 percent said Bill Clinton.
The poll of 2,016 adults was conducted between Jan. 16 – 23, 2012.