When it comes to being the leader of a country like America, there are many things that you have to acquire to be considered for the job. Not only do many U.S. presidents have a distinguished military past, family ties, and a love for their country, but many of them possess a rather intelligent mind. After all, leading a nation to greatness certainly requires a significant level of intelligence. The average intelligence is between 90 and 110, but it is clear that these U.S. presidents are anything but average. We have compiled a list, ranking from lowest to highest, of the IQs of different U.S. presidents throughout time.
#40: George W. Bush
While many different presidents have served the United States of America, it is the more recent presidencies that people tend to remember. George W. Bush, son of former United States president George H. Bush, was in office from 2001-2009. His larger-than-life personality made him one of the most memorable presidents of modern times.
Starting off the list with an IQ of 124, he was a man of many intelligences. Not only did he attend Harvard, but he has a colorful military portfolio, having served as a pilot in the National Guard throughout the Vietnam War. Many people don’t know this, but he is actually a very gifted painter and has had many gallery showings throughout his life.