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February 18, 2005

President's Day Peek

Jeeves Washington

go to: http://www.archives.gov/exhibit_hall/when_nixon_met_elvis/5364_18.html

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As we ease into President's Day weekend, I thought it would be fun to do a bit of a holiday content review. This US holiday is often associated more with things like car deal "blowouts" than Presidents. But when it comes to our fearless leaders, what are people really interested in?   Here's a look.


Top 10 Most Searched For U.S. Presidents on Ask.com 
[Data from 2/1-2/17]

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1. Abraham Lincoln

2. George Washington

3. Thomas Jefferson

4. John F. Kennedy

5. George W. Bush

6. Franklin D. Roosevelt

7. John Adams

8. Theodore Roosevelt

9. Bill Clinton

10. Andrew Jackson


As you can see, history beats out current events. Notably, Abraham Lincoln was searched for 3 times more often than George W. Bush. Lots of folks seem to be searching on esoteric Presidential items, as well.

Other Fun Yet Random Presidential Searches

Elvis and Nixon pictures

US president called "The Little Magician"

The 33rd US president

Lincoln's vice-president

How old Is Jimmy Carter?

George Bush age

What does the presidential seal look like?

1600 Pennsylvania Ave Nw, Washington, DC 20006

Harry S. Truman's middle name

Enjoy the long weekend everybody!

Scott Grieder
Product Manager, Ask.com

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