Quiz: Think You Can Name Every U.S. President By A Hint & An Image?

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Are you a true presidential scholar?

This quiz will test your knowledge of all 45 U.S. Presidents. How many of them can you name by just one image and hint?

 Jan 21, 2021

1 of 46He was the first president of the United States.

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Herbert Clark Hoover
Calvin Coolidge
George Washington

2 of 46He was married to a First Lady named Abigail.

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John Adams
Woodrow Wilson
Warren Gamaliel Harding

3 of 46He represented VA in the Continental Congress that adopted the Declaration.

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Theodore Roosevelt
Thomas Jefferson
William Howard Taft

4 of 46He is hailed as the "Father of the Constitution".

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James Madison
Grover Cleveland
William McKinley

5 of 46He was the last president of the Virginia dynasty.

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Barack Obama
Donald Trump
James Monroe

6 of 46He was the eldest son of the second president.

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Chester Alan Arthur
Andrew Johnson
John Quincy Adams

7 of 46He appears on the $20 U.S. dollar bill.

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Andrew Jackson
Rutherford Birchard Hayes
Ulysses S. Grant

8 of 46He was a founder of the Democratic Party.

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Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
Martin Van Buren

9 of 46He was the last president born before the American Revolution.

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George W. Bush
Donald Trump
William Henry Harrison

10 of 46He became president after William Henry Harrison's death.

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Paul Revere
John Tyler
George Washington

11 of 46He was a protégé of Andrew Jackson.

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Ronald Reagan
George W. Bush
James Knox Polk

12 of 46His top priority as president was preserving the Union.

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Gerald Ford
Zachary Taylor
Jimmy Carter

13 of 46He was the last to be a member of the Whig Party while in the White House.

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Andrew Jackson
Millard Fillmore
John Quincy Adams

14 of 46He championed and signed the Kansas–Nebraska Act.

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George W. Bush
George Washington
Franklin Pierce

15 of 46He served immediately prior to the American Civil War.

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John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Buchanan

16 of 46He issued the Emancipation Proclamation that abolished slavery.

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Abraham Lincoln
George Washington
John Adams

17 of 46He was vice president at the time of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

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George Washington
Andrew Johnson
Barack Obama

18 of 46He led the Union Army to victory over the Confederacy.

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Ulysses S. Grant
Warren Gamaliel Harding
Woodrow Wilson

19 of 46He was a lawyer and staunch abolitionist.

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Andrew Jackson
Rutherford Birchard Hayes
Theodore Roosevelt

20 of 46He is the only sitting House member to be elected president.

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James Abram Garfield
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Buzz Aldrin

21 of 46He succeeded James A. Garfield upon his assassination.

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John F. Kennedy
Abraham Lincoln
Chester Alan Arthur

22 of 46He won the popular vote for three presidential elections.

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John F. Kennedy
Grover Cleveland
Abraham Lincoln

23 of 46He is part of the only grandfather-grandson duo to be president.

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John F. Kennedy
Abraham Lincoln
Benjamin Harrison

24 of 46He is the only president to serve 2 non-consecutive terms in office.

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Grover Cleveland
Andrew Johnson
Abraham Lincoln

25 of 46He was assassinated six months into his second term.

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Barack Obama
Donald Trump
William McKinley

26 of 46His face is depicted on Mount Rushmore.

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Theodore Roosevelt
Zachary Taylor
Millard Fillmore

27 of 46He also was the tenth Chief Justice of the United States.

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Thomas Jefferson
Abraham Lincoln
William Howard Taft

28 of 46He served as the President of Princeton University.

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William Henry Harrison
Woodrow Wilson
Martin Van Buren

29 of 46He was involved in the Teapot Dome scandal.

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Warren Gamaliel Harding
Andrew Jackson
John Quincy Adams

30 of 46He was the 30th President of the United States.

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Calvin Coolidge
George W. Bush
Abraham Lincoln

31 of 46He was president during the Great Depression.

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Thomas Jefferson
Herbert Clark Hoover
John Adams

32 of 46He is known for his his New Deal agenda.

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Donald John Trump
Barack Hussein Obama
Franklin Delano Roosevelt

33 of 46He implemented the Marshall Plan.

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George Walker Bush
William Jefferson Clinton
Harry S. Truman

34 of 46He was a five-star general in the United States Army.

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George Herbert Walker Bush
Dwight David Eisenhower
Ronald Wilson Reagan

35 of 46He was assassinated while in the car with his wife, Jackie-O.

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy
James Earl Carter, Jr.
Gerald Rudolph Ford

36 of 46He is often referred to by his 3 initials.

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Richard Milhous Nixon
Lyndon Baines Johnson
Ronald Wilson Raegan

37 of 46He was involved in the Watergate Scandal.

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Dwight David Eisenhower
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Richard Milhous Nixon

38 of 46He served as both vice president and president without being elected.

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Harry S. Truman
Gerald Rudolph Ford

39 of 46He used to be a peanut farmer.

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Harry S. Truman
James Earl Carter, Jr.
John F. Kennedy

40 of 46He used to be a famous actor.

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George Herbert Walker Bush
Ronald Wilson Reagan
James Earl Carter, Jr.

41 of 46He was the father of the 43rd president.

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John Fitzgerald Kennedy
George H.W. Bush
Thomas Jefferson

42 of 46He is married to wife and presidential candidate Hillary Rodham.

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Bill Clinton
Harry S. Truman
Franklin Delano Roosevelt

43 of 46He was president when 9/11 occurred.

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Ronald Wilson Reagan
George W. Bush
Gerald Rudolph Ford

44 of 46He is the first African-American president.

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Dwight D. Eisenhower
Lyndon B. Johnson
Barack Obama

45 of 46He used to be a businessman and reality TV star.

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George W. Bush
Bill Clinton
Donald Trump

46 of 46Served as Vice President from 2009 to 2017

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Bill Clinton
Joe Biden
Ronald Reagan
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

The United States of America has had exactly 46 different sitting presidents over the course of its history. From our country's father, George Washington, to Joe Biden, many men have called the White House in Washington D.C. their home. But not everyone can recognize all 46 presidents based on looking at just one image. In fact, most Americans probably can't name most of our nation's great presidents. While the more well known presidents like Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, John Quincy Adams, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Dwight David Eisenhower might be easy to recognize since many of them are featured prominently on our country's currency and in our history books, other lesser known presidents like Millard Fillmore or Franklin Pierce might be harder to pick out from a line up. Hopefully most Americans will be able to recognize our most recent presidents including Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Ronald Reagan. Whether you're a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or something else, chances are you have some political prowess since you landed here on this quiz. Why not test how savvy you are when it comes to naming all 46 presidents of the United States of America. We bet you can't score better than 40% of Americans who take this test! This U.S. presidents quiz will test your knowledge of all 46 U.S. Presidents. How many of them can you actually name by just one image? Hit the play button to find out now!