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17 ways to judge a president

Sarah Johnson

Voice of One
Just came across this and thought it was interesting. The 17 ways to judge a president from Bloomberg:
  1. Confirmed Covid Cases and Deaths
  2. Investment in Low-Carbon Technologies
  3. Long-Term Unemployment
  4. Jobs in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin
  5. Employment Gap Between Women and White Men
  6. Gender Wage Gap
  7. Deficit and Borrowing
  8. Nominal GDP Gap
  9. Personal Consumption Expenditures
  10. Used-Car Prices
  11. Capital Expenditure as a Share of GDP
  12. Immigration Court Backlog
  13. Restrictions in U.S. Federal Regulations
  14. Immigrant Visa Backlog
  15. Trust in Government
  16. Senate Confirmations
  17. Contributions to ActBlue



 

TheJimer

Voice of a Village
Just came across this and thought it was interesting. The 17 ways to judge a president from Bloomberg:
  1. Confirmed Covid Cases and Deaths
  2. Investment in Low-Carbon Technologies
  3. Long-Term Unemployment
  4. Jobs in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin
  5. Employment Gap Between Women and White Men
  6. Gender Wage Gap
  7. Deficit and Borrowing
  8. Nominal GDP Gap
  9. Personal Consumption Expenditures
  10. Used-Car Prices
  11. Capital Expenditure as a Share of GDP
  12. Immigration Court Backlog
  13. Restrictions in U.S. Federal Regulations
  14. Immigrant Visa Backlog
  15. Trust in Government
  16. Senate Confirmations
  17. Contributions to ActBlue


I'll add #18 which should actually be #1:
18. Uniter Not a Divider and a President for "ALL" citizens not just the expansion of the Democrat Party
 

Sarah Johnson

Voice of One
I'll add #18 which should actually be #1:
18. Uniter Not a Divider and a President for "ALL" citizens not just the expansion of the Democrat Party
This is probably the most important one. I wonder what would be a good metrics for that. Or, maybe there isn't one. 🤔
Reminds of Albert Einstein's saying that “Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.”
 
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