A new poll from Public Policy Polling has some mostly unsurprising findings about how Americans rate the past five U.S. presidents, including incumbent Barack Obama. Ronald Reagan, whose name is legally required to be revoked every four minutes during Republican presidential primary debates, leads the pack, with 41 percent citing him as their most favorite of the five, ahead of Bill Clinton (27 percent) and Barack Obama (22 percent). The Bushes finished fourth and fifth, with W trailing his father...

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